Professor John Naughton
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Talks given by Professor John Naughton
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Talks organised by Professor John Naughton
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- Personal data: Innovation and Analytics
- The Power Switch; How Power is Changing in a Networked World - an international symposium
- Personal data: freedom and rights
- Social Camouflage: From Face-to-Face to Digital Deception
- Personal data: Industry and Markets
- Characterization of Internet Censorship from Multiple Perspectives
- Personal data: digital personhood
- Charles Arthur: Has the Public Been Well Served by Technology Journalism?
- POSTPONED | "The Future of the Professions"
- The Investigatory Powers Act 2016 (aka 'The Snooper's Charter')
- Thomas Rid: "2084: Cryptography, Magic, and Politics"
- Post-truth politics and the US Presidential Election: implications for journalism and society
- Bruno Latour: "A Procedure to Reset Modernity: the Limits of a Method"
- Julia Hornle and Findlay Stark: Internet Jurisdiction, Extraterritoriality and Law Enforcement: Unclaimed Territories in the Cloud - where are the Limits to Internet Jurisdiction?
- "Social media and political turbulence"
- Why Privacy? A day-long interdisciplinary workshop at CRASSH
- Overseeing the secret state: a symposium on the draft Investigatory Powers Bill
- Symposium: "Technological displacement of middle-class employment: political and social implications"
- Prevention is Better than Cure: closing lecture by the Vice Chancellor
- "Payment is applause: markets and business models past, present and future"
- “Bats and rats and emerging infectious diseases”
- "The end of Safe Harbour: Implications of the Schrems Judgment"
- Digital Capitalism: Stagnation and Contention?
- Cambridge in the Fifties and Sixties: an extended conversation
- "History since the Sixties: from social science to the global turn"
- Book Launch: Operation Idris: Inside the British Administration of Cyrenaica and Libya, 1942-52 by Richard Synge
- "Corporate power in a digital world"
- " 50 years of Computing - A Cambridge Perspective"
- The Judge and the General: A film screening and Q&A with Chilean producer Patricio Lanfranco
- "Winning the fight against heart disease, a charitable view"
- "Perilous Times: The View From Inside the NSA"
- Technology at Work: The Future of Innovation and Employment
- "Ireland grows up: the debate about how to celebrate the centenary of the 1916 Rising"
- Policing in Britain
- Fashion from street to screen: 50 years of influence on our public appearance
- "But still the days seem the same": Law and Social Change in Britain, 1965-2015
- The Serendipity Engine
- Why Communicate?
- Google, Crowds and Mobs
- What do people really need to know about the Net?
- Changing BBC News: the cultural, managerial and editorial challenges of adapting to a digital environment
- Re-engineering the scholarly journal
- The end of lawyers?
- Death 2.0: What Becomes of Digital Assets after Death?"
- The Social Life of Digital Libraries: the Second Arcadia Lecture
- The Problem of Reading Lists
- Thinking Like a Dandelion: Cory Doctorow on copyright, Creative Commons and creativity
- Scholarly Networking
- Cultural Agoraphobia and The Future of The Library
- Cultural Agoraphobia and the Future of the Library: the first Arcadia Lecture
- A Publisher's perspective on the Future of Academic Publishing in the Digital Era
- Climate change: the tipping point debate
- What the Media are doing to our politics