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Career

Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), Tilburg University, Faculty of Law, Post-Doctoral Researcher (2015-present)

University of Washington, Information School, Pre-Doctoral Research/Teaching Associate (2011-2015)

  • UW Tech Policy Lab, Pre-Doctoral Research Associate (2013-2014)
  • Value Sensitive Design Research Lab, Pre-Doctoral Research Associate (2013-2014)

Bellevue College, Department of Philosophy, Adjunct Instructor (Winter 2014) and Course Developer (Fall 2013)

Google Policy Fellow, Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC), University of Ottawa Faculty of Law (2013)

Horan | Lloyd, A Professional Corporation (Monterey, CA), Attorney (June-Sept. 2011, June 2012-Aug. 2012), Law Clerk (2009)

Utah Valley University, Department of Digital Media, Adjunct Instructor (2010-2011)

University of California Davis, School of Law, Assistant Writer (2010-2011)

University of California Davis, School of Law, Graduate Research Assistant (2009)

United States Attorney?s Office, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Eastern District of California, Civil Division (Sacramento, CA), Law Clerk (2008)

Geldards LLP (Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom), International Legal Intern (Commercial Dispute Resolution Team) (2008)

Digital Mind Studios (Salt Lake City, UT), Video Producer / Post-Production Supervisor (2005-2007)

Research interests

Bryce C. Newell is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), Tilburg University (The Netherlands). His research has Appeared or is forthcoming in a variety of peer-reviewed journals and law reviews. He is engaged in  a multi-year empirical study of body cameras adoption by two municipal police departments in Washington State (USA). The project draws on qualitative fieldwork, interviews, quantitative surveys, and legal research to critically examine how body cameras, citizen (bystander) video, and freedom of information law impact police work, promote police transparency and accountability, and increase the visibility of both police officers and civilians alike. 

Bryce earned his Ph.D. and MS degrees in Information Science at the University of Washington , where he was affiliated with the UW Tech Policy Lab, the Value Sensitive Design Research Lab, the Comparative Law and Society Studies (CLASS) Center, and the Program on Values in Society (earning a post-graduate certificate in ethics and political philosophy). He also holds a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from the University of California, Davis School of Law, where was an Articles Editor at the UC Davis Business Law Journal and submissions committee member and Web Chair of the UC Davis Journal of International Law & Policy. He is licensed to practice law in California (currently inactive), and is a former Google Policy Fellow.

Teaching

Instructor of Record: Privacy and Law in the 21st Century, Topklas (undergraduate honors course), Tilburg Law School (Fall 2015).

Education/Academic qualification

University of Washington

Sep 2011Jun 2015

University of California at Davis

Aug 2007May 2010

Utah Valley University

Jan 2004Dec 2006

Keywords

  • Socio-Legal Studies
  • Information Science
  • Information Disclosure
  • Police
  • Privacy
  • Migration Studies
  • Information Law
  • Immigrants
  • Surveillance
  • Political Philosophy / Political Ethics

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Research Output 2010 2019

Location tracking by police: The regulation of “tireless and absolute surveillance”

Koops, B-J., Newell, B. & Skorvánek, I., 1 Mar 2019, In : UC Irvine Law Review. 9, 3, p. 635-698 64 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientific

Open Access
privacy
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police
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Surveillance and privacy in North American public spaces

de Conca, S., Newell, B. & Thomasen, K., 2018, Surveillance, privacy and public space. 1 ed. Routledge, p. 221-240 20 p. (Routledge Studies in Surveillance).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterScientificpeer-review

A typology of privacy

Koops, B. J., Newell, B., Timan, T., Skorvánek, I., Chokrevski, T. & Galič, M., 2017, In : University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law. 38, 2, p. 483-575

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

privacy
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Privacy
jurisdiction

Privacy in public space: Conceptual and regulatory challenges

Timan, T., Newell, B. & Koops, B-J., Dec 2017, Cheltenham (UK), Northampton, MA (USA): Edward Elgar Publishing. 315 p. (Elgar Law, Technology and Society)

Research output: Book/ReportBook editingScientificpeer-review

Sensors, cameras, and the new ‘normal’ in clandestine migration: How undocumented migrants experience surveillance at the U.S.-Mexico border

Newell, B., Gomez, R. & Guajardo, V., 2017, In : surveillance and society. 15, 1, p. 21-41

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Open Access
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Activities 2015 2015

  • 1 Oral presentation

American Society of Criminology conference

Bryce Clayton Newell (Speaker)
18 Nov 2015

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentationScientific

Projects 2014 2019