Amy Gibbons author profile
Department of Organisation, Work & Technology
Amy Gibbons is a doctoral researcher at Lancaster University, where she is studying how information is classified and legitimated under the Freedom of Information Act. In 2009 she spent three months on internship in The National Archives' FoI team, where she researched 'privileged access arrangements' for academic researchers in government departments. She has presented at conferences held by The National Archives, the Research Information Network and the Surveillance Studies Network. Her wider research interests include data protection, information management and mechanisms of surveillance and privacy.
Most frequently used terms in this author's articles (ordered by total usage / articles): "research", "foi", "foia", "data", "higher education", "jisc", "university college london", "research information network", "queens university belfast", "infrastructure". See interactive data charts for more details on all tags associated with this author.