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Oral evidence transcripts

New technologies and the application of the law

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12 January 2022
Inquiry New technologies and the application of the law
Witnesses Home Office, and Home Office
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
23 November 2021
Inquiry New technologies and the application of the law
Witnesses Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales, Police and crime commissioners, National Police Chiefs' Council, and College of Policing
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
19 October 2021
Inquiry New technologies and the application of the law
Witnesses Professor Sandra Wachter (Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow at University of Oxford), Mr David Lewis (Former Deputy Chief Constable and former ethics lead NPCC at Dorset Police), and Semantics 21
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
12 October 2021
Inquiry New technologies and the application of the law
Witnesses Professor Karen Yeung (Interdisciplinary Professorial Fellow in Law, Ethics and Informatics, Birmingham Law School at The University of Birmingham), Prison Reform Trust, and Big Brother Watch
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
7 September 2021
Inquiry New technologies and the application of the law
Witnesses Professor Colin Gavaghan (Director New Zealand Law Foundation Centre for Law and Policy in Emerging Technologies at University of Otago), Dr Rosamunde Elise Van Brakel (Co-Director, Surveillance Studies Network, associate professor Tilburg University/Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)), and Professor Elizabeth E Joh (Martin Luther King Jr. Professor of Law at University of California, Davis)
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
20 July 2021
Inquiry New technologies and the application of the law
Witnesses Dr David Leslie (Ethics Theme Lead at Alan Turing Institute), and Professor Michael Wooldridge (Head of Department of Computer Science, Professor of Computer Science at University of Oxford)
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
22 June 2021
Inquiry New technologies and the application of the law
Witnesses Professor Sylvie Delacroix (Professor in Law and Ethics at University of Birmingham), Professor Carole McCartney (Professor of Law and Criminal Justice at Northumbria University), and Professor Charles Raab (Professorial Fellow, Politics and International Relations, School of Social and Political Science at The University of Edinburgh)
Committees Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
Total results 7 (page 1 of 1)