52 min

Ravi Naik Endless Vital Activity

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“The idea that you could use the law to help other people fight for bigger radical change was the only thing I ever wanted to do”
 In this episode, David Johnston sits down with Ravi Naik, co-founder for the UK’s first data right agency A.W.O and a leading solicitor in the field of data protection and protecting human rights in a digital age, working on agenda setting cases against Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, and Google. 
Together the two discuss how the intersection between human rights and technology is disrupting the discipline of law as we know it, why meeting societies rapidly changing needs requires a multifaceted approach to law, plus Ravi’s involvement in the prosecution of Cambridge Analytica - the case that changed the course of history for data rights and protection. 

“The idea that you could use the law to help other people fight for bigger radical change was the only thing I ever wanted to do”
 In this episode, David Johnston sits down with Ravi Naik, co-founder for the UK’s first data right agency A.W.O and a leading solicitor in the field of data protection and protecting human rights in a digital age, working on agenda setting cases against Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, and Google. 
Together the two discuss how the intersection between human rights and technology is disrupting the discipline of law as we know it, why meeting societies rapidly changing needs requires a multifaceted approach to law, plus Ravi’s involvement in the prosecution of Cambridge Analytica - the case that changed the course of history for data rights and protection. 

52 min