Films from Why Privacy?, CRASSH, University of Cambridge, 19 April 2016.

Christena Nippert-Eng – Keynote: Why Privacy?


Panel 1: The Private Life; Individual Privacy, Self and Subject

Chair: Daniel Wilson (University of Cambridge)

David Feldman (University of Cambridge): “One lawyer's view of private life”

Barbara Taylor (Queen Mary, University of London): “Why not solitude?”

Josh Cohen (Goldsmiths, University of London): “The privacy of the self in an age of exposure”


Panel 2: The Private Life; The State and Public Sphere

Chair: Nora Ni Loideain (University of Cambridge)

David Vincent (Open University): “Privacy and the crisis of the liberal State”

Karlin Lillington (Irish Times): “Privacy & page one; the challenge of engaging readers … and editors”

Simon Rice (Information Commissioner's Office)


Panel 3: The Business of Privacy; Commerce and the Private Sector

Chair: Stephanie Palmer (University of Cambridge)

Ian Brown (Oxford Internet Institute)

Mary Aiken (CyberPsychology Research Centre): “The cyberpsychology of privacy”

Reuben Binns (University of Oxford): “Privacy as property”

 


Panel 4: Reflections and lessons

David Runciman

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