Tracking People: Controversies and challenges

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Tracking people: looking to the future

Thursday 9th November 2017, Woburn House, London, WC1H 9HQ

The conference will disseminate the principle findings drawing out core themes from preceding events. It will review current understanding of the use of tracking devices highlighting social, legal, ethical and technical challenges posed by their deployment across domains. It will explore possible future uses of tracking devices in multiple domains developing an agenda for future research, design, policy and practice.

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Tracking people: looking to the future

Woburn House, London, 9th November 2017

9.00-9.30 Refreshments

9.30-9.35 Welcome – Anthea Hucklesby (University of Leeds)

9.35-11.00 Tracking people: controversies and challenges

Anthea Hucklesby (University of Leeds), Ray Holt (University of Leeds) and Kevin Macnish (University of Twente)

11.00-11.30 Refreshments

11.30-12.30 Blurring boundaries: justice and health
Chair: Anthea Hucklesby
Jeff Hodgkinson (South Wales Police)
Sara Murray (Buddi)

12.30-13.15 Lunch

13.15-14.45 Humane, proportionate and necessary tracking of people
Chair: Kevin Macnish
Anita Dockley (Howard League for Penal Reform)
Amanda Keeling (University of Leeds)
Richard Powley (Age UK)
Tom Sorell (University of Warwick)

14.45-15.15 Refreshments

15.15-16.45 Looking to the future of wearable tracking devices
Chair: Ray Holt
Anthea Hucklesby (University of Leeds)
Kevin Macnish (University of Twente)
John Potter (EM Consultants Ltd)
Magali Provensal (Ministry of Justice)
Richard Powley (Age UK)

16.45 Closing remarks

 

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