My work cited elsewhere

A non-exhaustive list of academic research papers, mainstream press, and various technology and legal blogs citing my work is set out below.

Academic publications

Know When to Hold Them, When to Fold Them, and When to Walk Away: TikToks Are Professional Sports Franchises’ Ace in Collective Bargaining Negotiations (April 2023) Angelica Varona, Pepperdine Law Review

The death and life of Jang Nayeon: a case for personality rights in the digital layers of reality (April 2023)  Amber Boothe, International Journal of Law and Information Technology

Image rights in the digital universe (July 2022) Prof. Frederick Mostert, Sheyna Cruz, Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 

A New Reality: Deepfake Technology and the World around Us (2022) Molly Mullen, 48 Mitchell Hamline Law. Review 16th International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security (February 2021)  Dr Juan Lopez Jr, et al, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy 

Deepfakes Are Coming: Does Australia Come Prepared? (2021) Federica Celli, Canberra Law School, Canberra Law Review Privacy Intelligence: A Survey on Image Sharing on Online Social Networks  (August 2020)  Chi Liu et al, University of Technology Sydney 

Regulating Deepfake Technology: Legislative possibilities in the Netherlands to obstruct the use of deepfake technology for the creation of non-consensual pornography (May 2020)  Daphne Stevens, Tilburg Law School 

Deepfake Technology in The Entertainment Industry: Potential Limitations And Protections  (March 2020)  Arts Management & Technology Laboratory, Carnegie Mellon University 

Legal opinion on deepfakes and platform responsibility (2020) Dr Emma Perot, King’s College London

Interviews and consultations

Modern technologies, privacy law and the dead (April 2021). Interviewed by Dr Marisa McVey, in relation to her team’s examination of personality and privacy of the dead. The project,  funded by a Leverhulme Research Project Grant 2020, is considering a paradigm shift in the law of privacy in favour of recognising and protecting a person after death.

Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA), European Parliament (April 2021).  Interviewed by Dr Linda Nierling and Dr Jutta Jahnel, in relation to the European Union’s regulatory landscape with respect to deepfakes and their legal implications. The interview was conducted to assist with the EU’s development of policy options relevant to the European Parliament and European Commission, including the new Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence.

Forged authenticity: governing deepfake risks (September 2019). Attended a two-day workshop in Zurich, Switzerland with other deepfake experts, and contributed to a policy briefing. Written and organised by Aengus Collins and others at the EPFL International Risk Governance Center

Other articles

How deepfakes are a problem for us all and why the law needs to change  (March 2021)  Martin De Saulles, Information Matters

Whose face is it anyway?  (February 2021)  Matthew Kershaw

Deepfakes and the 2020 United States election: missing in action?  (October 2020)  Christopher Boyd, Malware Bytes

Deepfakes and German law  (January 2020) Maureen