Kris Wilson is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Law University of Technology Sydney researching in the fields of cybersecurity, computer related crime and Indigenous traditional knowledge in a digital context. His doctoral thesis examined the structure and operation of data access offences in the context of criminalisation theory and the evolving nature of the ‘use’ of computing technologies. For the duration of his doctoral work Kris was a Charlie Perkins, Roberta Sykes, and Chevening Scholar.
Criminal Law and Technology
Data Sovereignty and Data Protection in Indigenous Governance Contexts
Law and Identity
Legal Frameworks and Cybersecurity
Real Property Law
Indigenous People and the Law
Privacy and Surveillance Law