Data ethics, technological exceptionalism, and privacy: from legal and technological perspectives


Date
Mar 28, 2019

I was invited back to my alma mater to talk about my experiences transitioning from Law to Computer science and how that shapes my work as a PhD researcher. I spoke about my areas of research, how I became interested in my current topics, and why lawyers do not have to learn how to code to thrive in our data-driven society.

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Janis Wong
Postdoctoral Research Associate

Janis Wong is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at The Alan Turing Institute researching on data protection, ethics, and governance as part of the Ethics Theme of the Public Policy programme. She was awarded her interdisciplinary PhD in Computer Science at the Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP), University of St Andrews.