Reports & Resources

Our reports, summaries and some other outputs such as conference papers can be found below, by Work Package. This page will be continually updated as we progress through our work so for your convenience,  below is an outline of expected dates for key updates.

Expected publication dates

Expected from this date onwards:
Work package 1: Legal analysis September 2018
Work package 2: Stakeholder perceptions December 2018
Work package 3: Online (mis)behavior and citizens perceptions of online surveillance November 2019
Work package 4: Comparative work February 2019
Combined project outputs and conference abstracts Ongoing

WP 1 (Legal analysis) outputs

Both parts of WP1 are now complete. We are putting our reports forward for peer reviewed publication. Since this can be a lengthy process, the WP1 researchers, Jeanne Gillet and Luca Thieme have prepared executive summaries of the work, which are available to view via the links below

Analysis of the traditional principles of jurisdiction and their relationship to online surveillance РJeanne Gillet

How Does Human Rights Law, Especially the European Convention on Human Rights, Influence Online Surveillance – Luca Thieme

Media and other outputs (general)

Interview with our Finnish Researcher, Anna Leppanen about our key stakeholder interviews: