Blogs tagged with: Law


A first look at our 2015/16 conferences programme

A first look at our 2015/16 conferences programme

A preview of CRASSH conferences 2015-16

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Posted: Monday 29 June 2015


Introducing…The Subversive Good research group

Introducing…The Subversive Good research group

A closer look at a CRASSH research group: the Subversive Good

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Posted: Monday 26 October 2015


Inside Snowden’s Suitcase

Inside Snowden’s Suitcase

Clare Dyer-Smith

If you have nothing to hide, do you need privacy? Should the communications of individuals be monitored? What about activists and politicians, or the Four Horsemen of the Infocalypse? How about the details, emails and webcam records of your long-distance relationship?

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Posted: Tuesday 10 November 2015


Watch: films from the Why Privacy? conference

Watch: films from the Why Privacy? conference

Footage of the talks and panels from the Why Privacy? event on 18 April 2016.

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Posted: Thursday 5 May 2016


National Mass Communications Data Surveillance and the Law

National Mass Communications Data Surveillance and the Law

The Advocate General’s Opinion in Watson and Tele2 Sverige posits some clarity on National Mass Communications Data Surveillance and EU Fundamental Rights, argues Nora Ni Loideain of CRASSH's Technology and Democracy project. 

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Posted: Tuesday 9 August 2016