Rachel Finn, Practice Manager, has worked at Trilateral since 2010 and leads the Data Science team. She manages projects and participates in research related to the privacy, data protection and social impacts of current and emerging data technologies and practices, including issues relevant to big data, open data, open government, security technologies (especially drones) and standardisation. She provides regulatory and policy advice for European, national and institutional policy-makers on the responsible implementation of new technology systems. She is widely published in relation to all of these issues, and has a number of often-cited publications, including “Unmanned aircraft systems: Surveillance, ethics and privacy in civil applications” and “Seven types of privacy“. Her latest book, Mobilising Data in a Knowledge Society, will be published by AUP in 2016. Finally, she is involved in the Surveillance Studies Network and the ISCRAM community (Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management). She has a PhD in Sociology from the University of Manchester.