Eva Blum-Dumontet

senior researcher Privacy International

Eva Blum-Dumontet is a senior researcher at Privacy International, where she leads the work on the intersection of privacy and social and economic rights. She is particularly interested in researching the impact of data exploitation on marginalised communities and people in vulnerable situations with a feminist lense. Her previous work has included investigations into the intelligence services in Egypt, the use of social media intelligence as a tool for political repression in Thailand and research on the impact of smart cities on civil rights. Prior to joining Privacy International, Eva was a journalist covering European affairs for the Franco-German state television network Arte.

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