Prof. Fussey researches surveillance, digital sociology, human rights, intelligence oversight, control and the city and he has published widely across these areas. He is a director of the Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP), and research director for the six-year ESRC funded Human rights, Big Data and Technology project (hrbdt.ac.uk). He works with public bodies across the EU on the regulation of overt and covert surveillance. He leads the ‘human rights and technology’ strand of the UK’s national Surveillance Camera Strategy and recently lead the research team conducting the independent review of the Metropolitan Police Service’s trials of live facial recognition technology.
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