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About j lodge prof

Biometric apps for privacy and security, M2M and identity management must bake-in high ethical standards,necessity, purpose limits, purpose specification and data minimisation in the EU and beyond. My work focuses on the EU and implications of automated decisionmaking, expanding behavioural biometrics, problems of accountability, transparency, consent and informed use, the locus of responsibility and authority, outsourcing, tracking, invisibility, automateddata protection and linkability especially in private-public and human-machine settings. European Parliament and Euro-elections, EU constitutional issues, and related policy.


Present Faculty Member, University of Leeds

Biometrics (18)

European Parliament (2)

EU communication and media (2)

biometrics and airports (3)