DescriptionOur devices & the world around us collects data on our movements, actions & interests. But who should be able to use & access this information if a crime is committed? At this panel discussion you will hear from legal & technology experts, forensic scientists & from the perspectives of public audiences. This event will highlight some of the current challenges, competing priorities and legal vs ethical considerations when it comes to the application of digital forensic evidence.
Sandy Brindley (Chief Executive of Rape Crisis Scotland)
Dr Eamon Keane (Solicitor and Lecturer in Evidence and Criminal Procedure, University of Glasgow).
Brian Plastow (Scottish Biometrics Commissioner)
This event will be chaired by Professor Niamh Nic Daeid, the Director of Dundee’s Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science.
|17 Nov 2022
|Who Can Use your Data? Forensic Evidence in the Digital Age: Being Human Festival 2022
|Degree of Recognition
- forensic science
This activity contributes to the following UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
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Activity: Other activity types › Public engagement and outreach - public lecture/debate/seminar