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IT and Media Law

Paolo Cavaliere, Lecturer in Digital Media and IT Law

Rachael Craufurd-Smith, Reader in EU Law

Judith Rauhofer, Senior Lecturer in IT Law

Burkhard Schafer, Professor of Computational Legal Theory

Lachlan Urquhart, Lecturer in Technology Law

Journal articles

Responsible domestic robotics : Exploring ethical implications of robots in the home.
Urquhart, Lachlan; Reedman-Flint, Dominic; Leesakul, Natalie. In: Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society, 31.05.2019. View article

Adaptive architecture and personal data.
Urquhart, Lachlan; Schnädelbach, H ; Jäger , N.
In: ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, Vol. 26, No. 2, 12, 03.2019. View article

Performing the future: Risk, uncertainty & artistic process.
Jacobs, Rachel; Abbott, Frank; Urquhart, Lachlan; Price, Dominic. In: Journal of risk research, 17.02.2019. View article

Adaptive Architecture: Regulating human building interaction.
Urquhart, Lachlan; Schnädelbach, Holger; Jäger, Nils.
In: International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 03.02.2019. View article

Book chapters

MeMa : Designing the memory machine.
Urquhart, Lachlan; Price, Dominic; Perez Vallejos, Elvira; Darzentas, Dimitrios Paris; Martindale, Sarah; Chadborn, Neil; Jacobs, Rachel. Proceedings for ACM Designing Interaction Systems. ACM, 2019. View chapter

Domesticating data : Socio-legal perspectives on smart homes & good data design.
Urquhart, Lachlan; Goulden, Murray; Flintham, Martin; Price, Dominic.
Good Data. ed.
Angela Daly; S. Kate Devitt; Monique Mann. 2019. View chapter

SCRIPT Centre
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Edinburgh Centre for Data, Culture & Society
The Edinburgh Centre for Data, Culture & Society (CDCS) aims to support data-led research across the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. As new technologies enable us to develop novel methods, scale up our questions, and tackle interdisciplinary challenges, research is moving in exciting directions. CDCS helps its community stay at the forefront of developments in data-driven research, and highlights the vital contributions its researchers have to make to contemporary cultural debates and social issues.
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