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  • Oct292020
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    Surveillance Arbitration in the Era of Digital Policing

    Authors:  Pete Fussey, Ajay Sandhu Publication:  Theoretical Criminology Date Published:  29 October 2020 Citation: Fussey P, Sandhu A. Surveillance arbitration…

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  • Oct132020
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    ‘Assisted’ Facial Recognition and the Reinvention of Suspicion and Discretion in Digital Policing

    Authors: Pete Fussey, Bethan Davies, Martin Innes Publication:  The British Journal of Criminology Date Published: 13 October 2020 Citation: Pete…

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  • Sep042020
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    Policing Uses of Live Facial Recognition in the United Kingdom

    Fussey, P and Murray, D (2020)’Policing Uses of Live Facial Recognition in the United Kingdom’ in Amba Kak, ed., “Regulating…

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  • Apr272020
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    Using Human Rights Law to Inform States’ Decisions to Deploy AI

    American Journal of International Law Symposium Vol 114/2020 27 April 2020

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  • Jan012020
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    HRBDT News Summary 2019

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  • Jul032019
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    HRBDT Independent Report on the London Metropolitan Police Service’s Trial of Live Facial Recognition Technology

    Independent Report on the London Metropolitan Police Service’s Trial of Live Facial Recognition Technology (2019) Professor Pete Fussey and Dr…

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  • Dec202018
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    HRBDT Report: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70 – Putting Human Rights at the Heart of the Design, Development and Deployment of Artificial Intelligence

    The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70 – Putting Human Rights at the heart of the design, development and…

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  • May242018
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    HRBDT 2018 Conference Report – Human Rights in a Digital Age

    On 24 May 2018, The Human Rights, Big Data and Technology (HRBDT) Project held a full day conference at the…

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  • May092018
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    The Right to be Forgotten: The Importance of Forgetting in the Age of the Internet

    The Right to be Forgotten: The Importance of Forgetting in the Age of the Internet.  Ajay Sandhu. (2018). In Barney…

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  • Feb132017
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    Submission to the OHCHR Call on Ways to Bridge the Gender Digital Divide From a Human Rights Perspective

    This submission addresses: 1) the conditions that favour the development of a gender digital divide; 2) the impact of such…

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