These are the publications produced by department faculty, students and associates. Check faculty biographies to view a particular person's records. Academic journals edited by OII faculty include: Policy & Internet (Helen Margetts, Vili Lehdonvirta); Information, Communication & Society (William Dutton); Philosophy & Technology (Luciano Floridi); and Learning, Media and Technology (Rebecca Eynon).
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- Brown, I. (2014) Rebuilding trust after Snowden, Presented at Conservative Technology Forum, London, 3 March 2014
- Brown, I. (2014) Regulating Robots? Society for Computers and Law Futures Forum, London, 27 June 2014.
- Brown, I. (2014) Smart metering and the smart grid: what about privacy? Presented at Computers, Privacy and Data Protection, Brussels, 24 January 2014.
- Brown, I. (2014) Systemic cybersecurity risk. Deutsche Bank, London, 9 May 2014.
- Brown, I. (2014) The Data Retention Directive: recent developments. Presented at Federal Trade Commission seminar, Washington DC, 22 April 2014.
- Brown, I. (2014) The Data Retention Directive: Recent Developments. Presented at Big Data and Security, Brussels, 21 January 2014.
- Brown, I. (2014) The Data Retention Directive: recent developments. Presented at Computers, Privacy and Data Protection, Brussels, 22 January 2014.
- Brown, I. (2014) The economics of privacy, data protection and surveillance. In J.M. Bauer and M. Latzer (eds.) Research Handbook on the Economics of the Internet. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
- Brown, I. (2014) The Future Identity of Communication. John Smith Trust, London, 25 June 2014.
- Brown, I. (2014) The future of data protection and privacy, Presented at the European Parliament, Brussels, 21 March 2014
- Brown, I. (2014) The legal framework for surveillance. Cyber Security Summit, London, 26 June 2014.
- Brown, I. (2014) Trust in the Cloud. Presented at the Dutch Government Cyber Dialogue, The Hague, 17 January 2014.
- Brown, I. (2014). Keeping Our Secrets? Designing Internet Technologies for the Public Good. European Human Rights Law Review, 4, 368-377.
- Brown, I. and Korff, D. (2014) Foreign surveillance: law and practice in a global digital environment. European Human Rights Law Review 3: 243-251.
- Bulger, M., Taylor, G., Schroeder, R. (2014) Data-Driven Business Models: Challenges and Opportunities of Big Data. Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.
- Capineri, C., Calvino, C., and Romano, A. (2014) Cittadini e istituzioni, i prosumers di informazioni. L'esperienza dei comuni italiani su Twitter. Collana Ladest, University of Siena.
- Cowls, J. (2014) Mapping the UK Webspace: the topology of a national web domain. Presentation to 'Web Archiving and Archived Web — a new Research Method, a new Object of Study?', Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, June 2014.
- de Cornière, A. and Taylor, G. (2014) Integration and Search Engine Bias. RAND Journal of Economics.
- De Sabbata, S., and Reichenbacher, T. (2014) Computing geographic relevance in mobile information services. Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Context-Awareness in Geographic Information Services (CAGIS 2014). Vienna, Austria, 2014.
- De Sabbata, S., Mizzaro, S., and Reichenbacher, T. (2014) Geographic dimensions of relevance. Journal of Documentation.
- Dougherty, M. and Meyer, E. T. (2014) Community, tools, and practices in web archiving: The state-of-the-art in relation to social science and humanities research needs. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. doi: 10.1002/asi.23099
- Dubois, E. and Gaffney, D. (2014) The Multiple Facets of Influence. American Behavioural Scientist.
- Dutton, W., Law, G., Bolsover, G., and Dutta, S. (2014) The Internet Trust Bubble: Global Values, Beliefs and Practices Underpinning the Future of Free Expression, Privacy and Security Online.
- Eccles, K. (2014) Crowdsourcing in the Arts and Humanities: Interdisciplinary approaches. Presented at 'Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagement in the Digital Humanities', University of Oxford, February 2014.
- Eccles, K. (2014) Crowdsourcing to understand public interactions with heritage. Presented at 'Sharing is Caring', Copenhagen, April 2014 (Keynote speaker).