Book Chapters

  • “From the Doorstop to the Database:  Political Parties, Campaigns and Personal Privacy Protection in Canada.” in Norman Witzleb, Moira Paterson and Janice Richardson (eds), Big Data, Political Campaigning and the Law:  Democracy and Privacy in the Age of Micro-targeting (Abingdon UK:  Routledge, 2018) (with Michael McDonald)
  • Privacy Protection in the Era of ‘Big Data’: Regulatory Challenges and Social Assessments,” in Bart van der Sloot, Dennis Broeders and Erik Schrijvers, Exploring the Boundaries of Big Data (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2015), pp. 205-227, with Robin M. Bayley.
  • “Privacy, Surveillance and the Democratic Potential of the Social Web,” in Beate Roessler and Dorota Mokrosinska, Social Dimensions of Privacy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), pp. 202-222, with C. Parsons and A. Molnar.
  • “Forgetting, Non-Forgetting and Quasi-Forgetting in Social Networking: Canadian Policy and Corporate Practice,” in S. Gutwirth, R. Leenes and P. de Hert, Reloading Data Protection (Dordrecht: Springer, 2014), pp. 41-59, with C. Parsons and A. Molnar.
  • “Privacy and Surveillance: The Multidisciplinary Literature on the Capture, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information in Cyberspace,” in W. Dutton, The Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 486-508, with Christopher Parsons.
  • “The Accountability Approach to Privacy and Data Protection: Assumptions and Caveats,” in D. Gauguin et al. Managing Privacy through Accountability (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2012).
  • Privacy Advocates, Privacy Advocacy and the Surveillance Society,” in K. Ball, K.D. Haggerty and D. Lyon, Routledge Handbook of Surveillance Studies (London: Routledge, 2012).
  • “Privacy Impact Assessments in Canada,” in David Wright and Paul de Hert, Privacy Impact Assessment (Springer: 2011).
  • Unsafe at any Altitude: The Comparative Politics of No-Fly Lists in the United States and Canada,” in M. B. Salter, Politics at the Airport (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008).
  • What Happens when you Book an Airline Ticket? The Collection and Processing of Passenger Data Post-9/11,” in E. Zureik and M. B. Salter, Global Surveillance and Policing (Portland: Wilan, 2005).
  • Surveillance, Employment and Location: Regulating the Privacy of Mobile Workers in the Mobile Workplace,” in S. O. Hansson and E. Palm, The Ethics of Workplace Privacy (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2005).
  • Video Surveillance and Privacy Protection Law in Canada,” in S. Nouwt, B. R. de Vries, and C. Prins, Reasonable Expectations of Privacy (The Hague: Asser Press, 2005).
  • “Emergent Locations: Implementing Wireless 9-1-1 in Texas, Virginia and Toronto,” in L.Cranor and S.Wildman, Rethinking Rights and Regulations (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2003), with D. Phillips and P. Regan.
  • People and Place: Patterns of Individual Identification within Intelligent Transportation Systems,” in David Lyon, Surveillance as Social Sorting: Privacy, Risk and Digital Discrimination (London: Routledge, 2003), with P. Regan and C.D. Raab.