Collaborators

Rikke Frank Joergensen (Denmark)

Rikke Frank Joergensen is a Special Adviser  with the Danish Institute for Human Rights. She has specialized in the field of information and communication technology (ICT) and human rights, specifically how use of ICT may strengthen or weaken human rights standards such as freedom of expression and the right to privacy. She has given numerous …

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Wendy M Grossman (UK)

Wendy M Grossman is one of Britain’s most prolific writers and commentators on technology. She has authored important books such as net.wars and has contributed to a spectrum of major publications such as the Daily Telegraph and Scientific American.

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Erich Möchel (Austria)

Erich is one of the most influential and informed security and IT commentators in Austria. An author, broadcaster and activist he has helped shape awareness of key security issues and has been at the forefront of exposing a number of failures of corporate and government accountability.

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Vickram Crishna (India)

Vickram Crishna is a Mumbai-based engineer and communicator, who works actively at the intersection of education and technology, focusing on appropriate solutions for persons with disabilities. He participates in global fora, both online and in person, on a range of issues relating to the protection of privacy.

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Professor Pablo Palazzi (Argentina)

Pablo Palazzi es profesor de grado y de posgrado en la Universidad. Asimismo es Director de la Maestría y Especialización en Derecho Empresario. Dictó clases y cursos en la Universidad Católica Argentina y en la Universidad Austral. También fue Profesor visitante en Fordham Law School en Estados Unidos durante el año 2010. Está especializado en …

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Rajan Gandhi (India)

Rajan Gandhi  is the CEO of the  NGO, Society in Action Group, which works on Sustainable Consumption & Production, on Corporate Social responsibility and on Privacy  and consumer rights. Mr Gandhi has served on several committees of the Indian Ministries – of Consumer Affairs, the Bureau of Indian Standards, Environment  and Tourism.  He is  recognized …

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Gemma Galdon Clavell (Spain)

Dr. Gemma Galdon Clavell is a policy analyist working on surveillance, the social, legal and ethical impact of technology, smart cities, privacy, security policy, resilience and policing. She is currently working as a researcher at the Sociology Department at the Universitat de Barcelona (UB), where she is a leading partner and member of several research …

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Jerome Thorel (France)

Jerome Thorel, video and radio documentarist, investigative reporter for the past twenty years, member of Privacy international’s Advisory Board, has been the founder of the French Big Brother Awards for the period 2000-2010.”

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Shahzad Ahmad (Pakistan)

Shahzad Ahmad is the Country Director of Bytes for All, Pakistan. An Internet rights activist, Take-Back-The-Tech campaigner and human rights worker, Shahzad is a development communications expert, a Diplo Fellow, an executive board member of the Association for Progressive Communications, and a member of the International Advisory Board of Privacy International, UK. He regularly contributes to various publications and …

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Gohsuke Takama (Japan)

Founder and Principal of digital privacy and information security consulting syndicate Meta Associates. Based in Tokyo and active internationally abroad. An Advisory Board member of Privacy Interneational. Keen to predict and analyse risks, mechanisms, and averting remedies for the issues in networked society. Planner + Organizer + Project Manager + Coordinator for privacy/security assessment and …

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Professor Ronald Deibert (Canada)

Ronald is Director of the Citizen Lab and Canada Centre for Global Security Studies at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto Ron Deibert (PhD, University of British Columbia) is Professor of Political Science, and Director of the Canada Centre for Global Security Studies and the Citizen Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs, …

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Professor Raymond Wacks (Italy)

Raymond Wacks BA, LLB, LLM, LLD, MLitt, PhD is Emeritus Professor of Law and Legal Theory. He has been writing about privacy for almost four decades. His major works in the field are The Protection of Privacy (the first book on the subject in England), Personal Information: Privacy and the Law, Privacy, a two-volume collection …

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Professor Ross Anderson (UK)

Ross Anderson is Professor of Security Engineering at Cambridge University. He was one of the founders of a vigorously-growing new discipline: security economics. Many privacy failures are due to perverse incentives rather than technical errors. Ross has also made many technical contributions, having been a pioneer of peer-to-peer systems, hardware tamper-resistance, and API security. He …

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