I began thinking about what might happen after today and this is what I have to say.
I was honoured to advise BBC Scotland’s Disclosure team on a recent documentary about children’s online privacy. Read More
My friend Morten Rand-Hendriksen and I used to spend a few days every summer in Europe putting the world to rights. We can’t do that anymore, so we did it virtually. We recorded a chat about legislative threats to freedom of expression, and their potential impacts on open source software communities and projects. Read More
Here are some links to media quotes and talks I gave over the spring and summer, in a professional capacity, for my previous employer. Read More
This week, my professional work involved a lot of time spent on the interplay between privacy, data rights, and immigration. In the post-Brexit era, we tend to think of those issues as they are now, meaning the political manifestation of xenophobia, racism, and the erosion of fundamental rights. For me, however, my interest in these issues goes a lot farther back. Read More
In my professional work, the UK’s draft Online Safety Bill is currently taking up most of my time. There’s as much going on behind the scenes as there is going on publicly, including the considerable writing, blogging, and media quotes I’m doing on the topic (and there’s a lot more to come over the next few weeks). Read More