Welcome to the website for the Modern technologies, privacy law and the dead Project.

This project is funded by a Leverhulme Research Project Grant 2020

Latest blog posts

R v Collins: A second look

Matthew White On the 6th June 2020 two sisters, Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman were reported missing by the family. This was just the beginning of the tragedy that unfolded as not only was it uncovered that the sisters were both brutally murdered, but that just over a year later ‘that two Metropolitan Police Officers,…

On 14th December 2021, Dr Stamatina Liosi appointed Research Fellow in the Leverhulme funded Research Project ‘Modern Technologies, privacy law and the dead’.   

Stamatina’s research extends from the Philosophy of Human and Socioeconomic Rights to International Organisations, the WHO, and the Human Right to Health. She has worked on Ethics, Medical Law and Ethics, Bioethics, Data Governance, and the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Genetic and Genomic Research for Individuals, Families and Communities Program (ELSI). She has…

Workshop Summary – The Ethics of Taking and Sharing Photos Online

Holly Hancock Wednesday 17th November 2021 saw a virtual interactive workshop take place, as part of both the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Festival of Social Science, and the Leverhulme Trust Grant Funded Project: Modern Technologies, Privacy Law and the Dead. Led by Dr Holly Hancock, from the University of Southampton, the event focused…

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