Conducting research in regard to privacy and big data-based security in public spaces. This research is connected to the ongoing Living Lab "Stratumseind 2.0" project on the prominent Stratumseind nightlife street in Eindhoven. The Stratumseind project is a public-private partnership in principle established to increase security so as to renovate the public area, bars and restaurants. Innovative solutions such as lighting, social media and gaming technologies are being deployed and tested in order to meet the goals. Through these solutions a great amount of data will become available for mining, leading to serious privacy concerns, discrimination when used for decision making, unfair treatment, exclusion, stigmatisation, de-individualisation, loss of autonomy and confrontation with unwanted information.
Personal website: https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/webwijs/show/m.galic/
Galic, Masa (2016). Covert surveillance of privileged consultations and the weakening of the legal professional privilege: R.E. v. THE UNITED KINGDOM. European Data Protection Law Review.
Galič, Maša, Timan, Tjerk, & Koops, Bert Jaap (2016). Bentham, Deleuze and beyond: An overview of surveillance theories from the panopticon to participation. Philosophy & Technology (pp. 1-29).
Koops, Bert Jaap, Newell, Bryce, Timan, Tjerk, Skorvánek, Ivan, Chokrevski, Tomislav, & Galič, Maša (2016). A typology of privacy. University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, 38(2)
Timan, Tjerk, Galic, Masa, & Koops, Bert-Jaap (2016). Surveillance theory and its implications for law. In Karen Yeung, Roger Brownsword, & Eloise Scotford (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the Law and Regulation of Technology.: Oxford University Press.
Adams, Samantha, Brokx, Marlou, Dalla Corte, Lorenzo, Galic, M., Kala, Kaspar, Koops, Bert Jaap,
Leenes, Ronald, Schellekens, Maurice, E Silva, Karine, & Skorvánek, Ivan (2015). The governance of cybersecurity: A comparative quick scan of approaches in Canada, Estonia, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK.: Tilburg University.
2016 VIE prize:
For the paper 'The legality of resale of digital content after UsedSoft' (EIPR) awarded by AIPPI (l' Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle) Nederland, the Vereniging voor Intellectuele Eigendom - VIE.