Expert witness to House of Lords EU Security and Justice Sub-Committee inquiry on Post-Brexit UK-EU Security Cooperation, policing, and data protection law (12 January 2021) (see video here).
Biometrics & Forensics Ethics Group, Issues Arising from Public-Private Collaboration in the Use of Facial Recognition Technology, Home Office, January 2021 (available here) (contributing author)
Published evidence in House of Lords European Union Security and Justice Sub-Committee Report: Beyond Brexit: policing, law enforcement and security (26 March 2021) (see report here)
Submission of evidence, Joint Committee on Human Rights: The Government’s response to COVID-19: human rights implications (4 May 2020), available here.
Submission of evidence, Joint Committee on Human Rights: The Right to Privacy (Article 8) and the Digital Revolution (19 June 2019), available here.
Submission of evidence, UN Special Rapporteur on Privacy, Consultation on ‘Gender Perspectives on Privacy’ (September 2019), see here (co-author with R. Adams)
Technology and Democracy Project, CRASSH, University of Cambridge, Written evidence to Public Committee on revised Investigatory Powers Bill (IPB64) (published 14 April 2016)
ILPC, Report of Expert Working Group on Investigatory Powers Bill, Findings Published in Joint Committee Report on Draft Investigatory Powers Bill (HL Paper 93) (published 11 February 2016)
Technology and Democracy Project, CRASSH, University of Cambridge, Written Evidence to Joint Committee on the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill (published 10 December 2015)