David Haynes

david haynes

Dr David Haynes PhD FCLIP MBCS FHEA

   

Biography

David Haynes lecturers on information governance, regulation and project management. After a career in information management he returned to academia to do a PhD on ‘Regulation of Access to Personal Data on Online Social Network Services in the UK’ which he completed in 2015. His research interests include: information governance and ethics, regulatory systems, and knowledge organization. The second edition of his book, ‘Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval’ was published in 2018.

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Understanding Personal Online Risk To Individual Via Ontology Development

Conference Proceeding
Haynes, D. (in press)
Understanding Personal Online Risk To Individual Via Ontology Development
The concept of risk is widely misunderstood because of the different contexts in which it is used. This paper describes the development of an ontology of risk as a way of bett...

The Nature of Risk in the Privacy Calculus: a risk ontology

Presentation / Conference
Haynes, D. (2019, August)
The Nature of Risk in the Privacy Calculus: a risk ontology. Paper presented at Centre for Social Informatics Research Seminar, Edinburgh Napier University
This project sets out to address the following research questions: • Is there a reliable typology for personal risk that can be used to analyse the privacy calculus that users...

The Human Position in an Artificial World: creativity, ethics and AI in knowledge organization. ISKO UK Sixth Biennial Conference London, 15-16th July 2019 2019

Book
Haynes, D., & Vernau, J. (Eds.)
(2019). The Human Position in an Artificial World: creativity, ethics and AI in knowledge organization. ISKO UK Sixth Biennial Conference London, 15-16th July 2019 2019. Ergon Verlag
Haynes, David – Vernau, Judi (eds.) The Human Position in an Artificial World: Creativity, Ethics and AI in Knowledge Organization ISKO UK Sixth Biennial Conference London, 15...

Metadata, Ethics and Trust

Journal Article
Haynes, D. (2018)
Metadata, Ethics and Trust. Catalogue & Index, 2-6
Abstract not available.

Metadata: the political dimension

Journal Article
Haynes, D. (2018)
Metadata: the political dimension. Alexandria, 27(3), 198-206. https://doi.org/10.1177/0955749018778984
The use and management of metadata raises many ethical and eventually political issues. The security revelations by Edward Snowden in 2014 demonstrate the key role that metada...

Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval: understanding metadata and its use

Book
Haynes, D. (2018)
Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval: understanding metadata and its use. (2nd edition). Facet Publishing
PART I: Metadata concepts Part I introduces the concepts that underpin metadata, starting with an historical perspective. In Chapter 1 some examples of metadata that people ...

A regulatory model for personal data on social networking services in the UK

Journal Article
Haynes, D., Bawden, D., & Robinson, L. (2016)
A regulatory model for personal data on social networking services in the UK. International Journal of Information Management, 36(6), 872-882. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2016.05.012
Widespread use of online social networking services (SNSs) exposes users to a variety of risks. This study examines the UK’s Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and considers the w...

Social media, risk and information governance

Journal Article
Haynes, D. (2016)
Social media, risk and information governance. Business Information Review, 33(2), 90-93. https://doi.org/10.1177/0266382116651781
The use of social media by organizations forms an important component of the information landscape. However, social media governance is often overlooked even though its use ne...

Privacy Shield Replaces Safe Harbour, but Only the Name has Changed

Other
Haynes, D. (2016)
Privacy Shield Replaces Safe Harbour, but Only the Name has Changed. https://theconversation.com/privacy-shield-replaces-safe-harbour-but-only-the-name-has-changed-54189
Abstract not available.

End of Safe Harbour isn’t the End of the World – let’s hope its successor is better

Other
Haynes, D. (2015)
End of Safe Harbour isn’t the End of the World – let’s hope its successor is better
Abstract not available.