Dr Maria Helen Murphy has been speaking on a number of privacy and surveillance related issues recently.
In March, Maria was invited to provide the legal and human rights perspective as a panellist at Europe’s leading digital forensics conference, DFRWS EU 2015. Maria also remotely delivered a guest lecture on “privacy by design” to University of Liverpool law students.
In April, Maria delivered conference papers at the SLSA and Bileta annual conferences. The title of these papers were ‘Technological solutions to privacy questions: what is the role of law?’ and ‘Transparency: the current state of play’, respectively.
This week, Maria spoke on the privacy implications of CCTV cameras on Highland Radio and KFM.
Maria lectures in Information Privacy Law and Civil Liberties on the LLB and in Information Technology Law on the LLM (Global Legal Studies) and LLM (International Business Law) programmes at the Department of Law.