Big Data and Broken Law
21st June, 2016, University of Edinburgh, 5.45pm.
CRISP is pleased to announce that the 2016 CRISP Annual Lecture will be delivered on 21st June 2016 at The Teviot Lecture Theatre, University of Edinburgh by Duncan Campbell. Among other things, Duncan is known for his pioneering journalism and campaign activity around government communications surveillance. His lecture is entitled:
Big Data and Broken Law: Suspicionless Surveillance in a World of Ubiquitous Data
Duncan Campbell was the first journalist to reveal the existence of the global British electronic intelligence agency GCHQ (Government Communications Headquarters) in the 1970's and is well known for his investigations with the New Statesman and Panorama into Britain's intelligence services.
The lecture will take place at 5.45pm at the University of Edinburgh and will be followed by a drinks reception. Attendance is free but places must be reserved by contacting CRISP@stir.ac.uk
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