Stine Bergersen

Researcher

Stine Bergersen
Email: stiber@prio.org
Work phone: 22 54 77 25

Research Interests

Privacy & data protection, practices of surveillance, innovation in European crisis management, the role and implications of data-driven technologies in creating (in)security (especially as used by law enforcement agencies), social control in the urban city, risk communication & terrorism.​​

Background

​​​​​​​​​Education:

08.2010 – 05.2012

Masters degree in Criminology

Faculty of Law, University of Oslo

 

Master thesis: "Risk, security and new conceptions of threat. The governments assessment of the terrorist threat in white papers to the Norwegian parliament from 2001-2008."



08. 2005 – 06.2010Bachelors degree in Criminology & Sociology of Law

Faculty of Law, University of Oslo


08. 2005 - 06. 2009

Bachelors degree in Political Science

Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo

 

Work Experience:

01.2016- present 










Researcher

Project Leader: DRIVER- 
Driving Innovation in Crisis Management for European Resilience

Researcher: LASIE- Large Scale Information Exploitation of Forensic Data

Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Dimensions of Security



09. 2013 - 01.2016
Research Assistant

IRISS- Increasing Resilience in Surveillance Societies, DRIVER- Driving Innovation in Crisis Management for European Resilience, PACT- Public Perception of Security and Privacy: Assessing Knowledge, Collecting Evidence, Translating Research into Action, PERSEUS- Protection of European Borders and Seas through the Intelligent Use of Surveillance, LASIE- Large Scale Information Exploitation of Forensic Data, and SOURCE- Virtu​al centre of excellence for research support and coordination on societal security.​ 

Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Dimensions of Security

 

11. 2012 – 07.2014

External Examiner in Criminology (BA and MA)

Faculty of Law, University of Oslo

12. 2012 – 02.2015​

External Examiner in Police Science & Sociology

The Norwegian Police University College

02. 2013 – 06.2013Assistant teacher in CriminologyFaculty of Law, University of Oslo

 

Events

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Publications

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Recent publications

Kloza, Dariusz (Darek) ; Stine Bergersen; Rocco Bellanova; & Ida Rødningen (2016) Monitoring report on emerging ethical challenges and current societal debates (Deliverable D2.2), LASIE Deliverables, 2. Rome: EU FP7 LASIE Project.

All publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Wright, David; Rowena Rodrigues; Charles Raab; Richard Jones; Ivan Szekely; Kirstie Ball; Rocco Bellanova & Stine Bergersen (2015) Questioning Surveillance, Computer Law & Security Review 31(2): 280–292.
Bergersen, Stine (2014) Overvåkning og personvern: Om innsynsrett i teori og praksis, Materialisten. Tidsskrift For Forskning, Fagkritikk Og Teoretisk Debatt 14(3): 47–65.

Conference Paper

Bergersen, Stine (2014) Risk, Security and New Threats: Counter Terrorism Policies in Norway 2001-2008, presented at From Schauman to Breivik: Terrorism, Political Violence and the Nordic Countries, Helsinki University, 16.–17.06.2014.
Bergersen, Stine (2014) Norwegian security- and intelligence arrangements: democratic oversight and EU- cooperation., presented at Security, intelligence and EU cooperation: Scotland's comparator countries., University of Edinburgh & ESRC (Economic & Social Research Council), 06.05.2014.

Report - Other

Kloza, Dariusz (Darek) ; Stine Bergersen; Rocco Bellanova; & Ida Rødningen (2016) Monitoring report on emerging ethical challenges and current societal debates (Deliverable D2.2), LASIE Deliverables, 2. Rome: EU FP7 LASIE Project.
Bergersen, Stine; Mareile Kaufmann; & Merle Missoweit (2014) DRIVER Deliverable 91.3 – Ethical Procedures, Risks and Safeguards, Driving Innovation For Crisis Management For European Resilience (DRIVER). Oslo: PRIO.
Kaufmann, Mareile; & Stine Bergersen (2014) DRIVER Deliverable 93.1 - Identification of opportunities for positive societal impact of CM, Driving Innovation For Crisis Management For European Resilience (DRIVER). Oslo: PRIO.

Blog Posts

Get to Know Your Data Double!

Posted by Stine Bergersen, Marit Moe-Pryce & Rocco Bellanova on Wednesday, 23 November 2016

We all have a “data double”. But how well do you really know this other aspect of your identity? Unless you know what your entirely digital identity looks like, you should take responsibility for finding out and, at the same time, contribute to a digital drive to ensure that we all gain better control over our online, digital, lives. Very often it is our data doubles, not our physical selves, that will be assessed by the future employers, new flames, or benefits officers who make decisions about us. A data Picasso? A large number of businesses, public sector bodies, and ...