Jonathan Andrew

Jonathan Andrew

Research Fellow

Areas of expertise

International Human Rights Law  /  Freedom of Association and Assembly  /  Big Data  /  Privacy Law  /  IT and Data Protection Law

Dr Jonathan Andrew works as Research Fellow in the Geneva Human Rights Platform where he conducts research on the intersection of information technology with human rights law.

Dr Andrew formerly worked at the European University Institute (EUI) as Project Manager for SURVEILLE, a cross-disciplinary collaborative research project funded by the European Commission, where he focused on the impact of the surveillance of mobile devices on freedom of movement, assembly and association. Before joining the EUI, he worked as a Senior Legal Adviser with the Danish Refugee Council. His professional experience includes consulting in IT and business process re-engineering.

Dr Andrew holds a PhD in Public International Law from the European University Institute and the Academy of European Law’s Diploma. His doctoral thesis examined the concept of locational privacy in relation to human mobility, focusing on how the classification and terminology of technologies influence the construct of legal metaphors in bridging gaps in applying existing context and precedent.

Publications

First page of the article

Location data and human mobility: an evaluation of a dissonance that frames data protection and privacy rights

February 2018

Jonathan Andrew

European University Institute, Department of Law

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First page of the article

Legal issues related to the use of surveillance data for profiling

April 2013

Jonathan Andrew

SURVEILLE Deliverable 4.2.

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