Canadian surveillance scholar Adam Molnar joins the Deakin Criminology Team
Deakin Criminology is very happy to announce that Adam Molnar has joined our team as a lecturer in Criminology. Adam specialises in practices of policing and national security as they relate to technology, surveillance, and issues of privacy.
Adam recently completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Queen’s University in the Surveillance Studies Centre and is conducting research on the surveillance and privacy implications of the domestic application of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in Australia and Canada. In addition, he continues to research and publish on data protection and privacy, as well as on integration in policing and national security initiatives, in particular in the areas of public-order policing, cross-border lawful access arrangements, and civil-police military partnerships.