Mareile Kaufmann is a professor at the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, University of Oslo, where she seeks to consolidate the field of digital criminology. In her work on data and surveillance practices she uses qualitative research designs that combine theory with innovative angles and strong empirical components. This combination also shows itself in the range of groups she interviewed and collaborated with, including intelligence officers, state officials, software developers and algorithm designers, as well as social media users who were exposed to terror attacks, hackers, artists and children. She has worked on numerous European research projects. Her most recent project Digital DNA was selected for funding under the ERC Starting Grant scheme and in 2019 she received funding for the project Bodies of Evidence from the Research Council of Norway. Both projects investigate the confluence of biology and technology in forensic settings, with a specific focus on bodies and DNA. She has consulted the Norwegian Data Protection Commission, the Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board and serves on the Editorial Board of Qualitative Research.

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