Dr Lachlan Urquhart
Dr Lachlan Urquhart
Senior Lecturer in Technology Law and Human-Computer Interaction, University of Edinburgh
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Avoiding the Internet of Insecure Industrial Things
L Urquhart, D McAuley
Computer Law and Security Review 34 (3), 450-466, 2018
Building accountability into the Internet of Things: the IoT Databox model
A Crabtree, T Lodge, J Colley, C Greenhalgh, K Glover, H Haddadi, ...
Journal of Reliable Intelligent Environments 4, 39-55, 2018
Playing the legal card: Using ideation cards to raise data protection issues within the design process
E Luger, L Urquhart, T Rodden, M Golembewski
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM conference on human factors in computing …, 2015
Realising the right to data portability for the domestic Internet of things
L Urquhart, N Sailaja, D McAuley
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 22, 317-332, 2018
Demonstrably Doing Accountability for the Internet of Things
L Urquhart, T Lodge, A Crabtree
International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2018
The Moral-IT Deck: a tool for ethics by design
L D. Urquhart, P J. Craigon
Journal of Responsible Innovation 8 (1), 94-126, 2021
Privacy in Public Spaces: What Expectations of Privacy Do We Have in Social Media Intelligence?
L Edwards, L Urquhart
International Journal of Law and Information Technology 24 (3), 279 - 310, 2016
New Directions in Information Technology Law: Learning from Human Computer Interaction
L Urquhart, T Rodden
International Review of Law, Computers and Technology 31 (2), 1-19, 2017
Responsible Domestic Robotics: Exploring Ethical Implications of Robots in the Home
L Urquhart, D Reedman-Flint, N Leesakul
Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 2019
Who is responsible for data processing in smart homes? Reconsidering joint controllership and the household exemption
J Chen, L Edwards, L Urquhart, D McAuley
International Data Privacy Law 10 (4), 279-293, 2020
‘This time with feeling?’: Assessing EU data governance implications of out of home appraisal based emotional AI
A McStay
First Monday 24 (10), 2019
Card mapper: enabling data-driven reflections on ideation cards
D Darzentas, R Velt, R Wetzel, PJ Craigon, HG Wagner, LD Urquhart, ...
Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2019
Policing faces: the present and future of intelligent facial surveillance
L Urquhart, D Miranda
Information & communications technology law 31 (2), 194-219, 2022
Adaptive Architecture: Regulating Human Building Interaction
L Urquhart, H Schnadelbach, N Jager
International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, 2019
Accessing online data for youth mental health research: meeting the ethical challenges
E Perez Vallejos, A Koene, CJ Carter, D Hunt, C Woodard, L Urquhart, ...
Philosophy & Technology 32, 87-110, 2019
Defence against the dark artefacts: Smart home cybercrimes and cybersecurity standards
S Piasecki, L Urquhart, D McAuley
Computer Law & Security Review 42, 105542, 2021
In cars (are we really safest of all?): interior sensing and emotional opacity
A McStay, L Urquhart
International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 36 (3), 470-493, 2022
Adaptive Architecture and Personal Data
H Schnadelbach, N Jager, L Urquhart
Transactions on Computer Human Interaction, 2019
A Legal Turn in Human Computer Interaction? Towards ‘Regulation by Design’for the Internet of Things
L Urquhart, T Rodden
Working Paper, 2016
On the principle of accountability: Challenges for smart homes & cybersecurity
L Urquhart, J Chen
arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.11043, 2020
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