Professor Charles Raab, CRISP Director at the University of Edinburgh, is Co-Investigator on the new ESRC funded project ‘PATH-AI: Mapping an Intercultural Path to Privacy, Agency and Trust in Human-AI Ecosystems’. This project is a partnership between The Alan Turing Institute (the UK's national institute for data science and AI research) and RIKEN (Japan's largest comprehensive research...
Government and Social Media
Special Issue of the Journal Information Polity
Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan, State Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, Mexico (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Andrea Kavanaugh, Virginia Tech, USA (email@example.com)
J. Ignacio Criado, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mila Gasco-Hernandez, Center for Technology in Government and Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, SUNY
Giorgia Nesti, University of Padova
Maria Cucciniello, University of Edinburgh Business School
Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are not gender-neutral: they are not accessed, managed and...
The COVID-19-crisis and the information polity: An overview of responses and discussions in twenty-one countries from six continents
Information Polity, Vol.25, No.3, 2020.
Albert Meijer, Utrecht University
C. William R. Webster, University of Stirling.
Governments around the world are utilizing data and information systems to manage the COVID-19-crisis. To obtain an...
In this blog post, Kirstie Ball, Sally Dibb, and Sara Degli Esposti continue Blink's series of scholarly responses to the coronavirus pandemic. The image is entitled 'Untitled: Found objects placed in resin' by Liam Ainscough.
Governments of all colours are pursuing mass smartphone surveillance to monitor social distancing and to contact trace people in the face of coronavirus. A...
Kirstie Ball and William Webster
Big Data Surveillance: Competing Logics
When viewed through a surveillance studies lens Big Data is instantly problematic. In comparison with its predecessors, and by virtue of its pre-emptive impulses and intimate data flows, Big Data creates a more penetrating gaze into consumers’ and service users’ lives. As Big Data draws on data streams from...
Congratulations to Stirling CRISP doctoral student Chris Campbell on the successful completion of his PhD entitled ‘The coalescent state: Assemblages of surveillance and policy’.
Congratulations from everone at CRISP!
CRISP is part of the ESCALATE international consortium awarded ERASMUS+ funding to undertake research into the effects of digitization on higher education services.
The aim of the project is to assist universities in implementing activities designed to increase the levels of digital competences for employability, upskilling, in line with a growing range of employment generated by the...
The European Group for Public Administration (EGPA)
Permanent Study Group on e-Government
The 2020 Annual Conference of the European Group for Public Administration will be held in Budapest, Hungary, from the 1st to the 4th of September 2020. For this conference, the Permanent Study Group on e-Government requests abstracts for papers relating to: (1) e-Government and service...
Recently published research by CRISP members Dr Daragh Murray and Professor Pete Fussey on human rights law approaches to bulk monitoring of communications data by intelligence agencies was today selected by Cambridge University Press as a research highlight across its publications to celebrate Human Rights Day 2019. Selected publications are released by CUP on open access and this paper is...