Deadline for abstracts extended until 15th May 2018!
On 21 February 2018 CRISP hosted a Question Time Themed event on the future of surveillance cameras in the UK. The event took place at the London School of Economics and attracted lively debate and an audience of about 100.
The Panel, chired by Professor Pete Fussey of the University of Essex, included:
Tony Porter, Surveillance Camera Commissioner
Lord Brian Paddick, Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson for Home Affairs
Silkie Carlo, Director of Big Brother Watch
The University of St Andrews is offering a Ph.D. studentship in the area of Privacy as a Social Value. The funding covers EU/home fees and RCUK-level maintenance costs. The student will be jointly supervised by Professor Kirstie Ball (School of Management) and Professor Katherine Hawley (Department of Philosophy), and will be affiliated with CRISP (the Centre for Research Into Surveillance and Privacy).
The details of the project are below.