State of the Art in Consumer Data Tracking: Report Launch and Discussion

Seminar/Forum

State of the Art in Consumer Data Tracking: Report Launch and Discussion

Room 609, Level 6
Melbourne Law School
185 Pelham Street

Map

More information

law-dcrn@unimelb.edu.au

This seminar and discussion presents a report, funded by the Consumer Policy Research Centre (CRPRC), surveying the ‘state of the art’ on consumer data tracking – which now includes face recognition in public places, cameras in checkouts, and data harvesting from free wifi. The seminar will also consider the impact of and equities in this level of technological surveillance on consumers, and citizens, including in access to ‘self-help’ strategies.

Presenters

  • Professor Jeannie Paterson
  • Dr Elham Naghi Zadeh Kakhki
    Dr Elham Naghi Zadeh Kakhki, Postdoctoral Research Fellow
  • Dr Suelette Dreyfus
    Dr Suelette Dreyfus, Researcher and Lecturer in the School of Computer and Information Systems
  • Associate Professor Vanessa Teague
  • Dr Dana  McKay
    Dr Dana McKay, Researcher
  • Dr Shanton Chang
    Dr Shanton Chang, Assoc. Professor - Department of Computing and Information Systems