Dr Monique Mann
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BiographyDr Monique Mannis the Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow in Technology and Regulation at the Faculty of Law QUT. She is an Adjunct Researcher with the Law, Science, Technology and Society (LSTS) Research Centre at Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Dr Mann is advancing a program of socio-legal research on the intersecting topics of algorithmic justice, police technology, surveillance, and transnational online policing. She is author of 'Politicising and Policing Organised Crime' (Routledge, 2019), co-author of 'Biometrics, Crime and Security' (Routledge, 2018), and co-editor of 'Good Data' (Institute of Network Cultures, 2019).
She is on the Board of Directors of the Australian Privacy Foundation where she Chairs the Surveillance Committee.
Surveillance, Privacy, Transnational Policing, Algorithmic Justice, Biometrics, Technology and Regulation, DMRC, CJSDRC, IPIL, ILGG
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- Doctor of Philosophy (Griffith University)
Professional memberships and associations
- Member, Board of Directors, Chair Surveillance Committee, Australian Privacy Foundation
- Member, Surveillance Studies Network
- Member, Consumer Data Research Network
- Member, Information Governance ANZ
- Member, IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology
- Member, Europol Data Protection Experts Network
- Member, Asian Privacy Scholars Network
- Member, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
- Member, European Society of Criminology
- Member, Asian Criminological Society
- Member, Collaboration for Research on Illicit Networks, Criminal Intelligence, and Security
- Daly A, Devitt K, Mann M, (2019) Good data (Theory on Demand #29), Institute of Network Cultures
- Smith M, Mann M, Urbas G, (2018) Biometrics, crime and security (Law, Science and Society), Routledge
- Mann M, Daly A, (2019) (Big) data and the north-in-south: Australia's informational imperialism and digital colonialism, Television and New Media, 20 (4) p379
- Mann M, Warren I, Kennedy S, (2018) The legal geographies of transnational cyber-prosecutions: extradition, human rights and forum shifting, Global Crime, 19 (2) p107
- Mann M, Warren I, (2018) The digital and legal divide: Silk Road, transnational online policing and southern criminology. In R Hogg, J Scott, M Sozzo & K Carrington, The Palgrave handbook of criminology and the global south, Palgrave Macmillan p245
- Daly A, Mann M, (2018) 3D printing, policing and crime (QUT Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Research Centre, Briefing Paper 1), p
- Mann M, Smith M, (2017) Automated facial recognition technology: Recent developments and approaches to oversight, University of New South Wales Law Journal, 40 (1) p121
- Mann M, (2017) New public management and the 'business' of policing organised crime in Australia, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 17 (4) p382
- Mann M, Daly A, Wilson M, Suzor N, (2018) The limits of (digital) constitutionalism: Exploring the privacy-security (im)balance in Australia, International Communication Gazette, 80 (4) p369
- Smith M, Mann M, (2015) Recent developments in DNA evidence, Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 506 () p1