Links to my publications (accepted, pre-print versions) are available through my publications page on the UEA Law School website.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2017) Information access rights in FOIA and FOISA – fit for purpose?, in Edinburgh Law Review 21 (1) pp. 55-87.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2017) Brexit: Potential Implications for Digital and 'Fintech' industries, in International Data Privacy Law 7 (1) pp. 3-21.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2017) Response to Department of Media, Culture & Sports DCMS Call for views on the General Data Protection Regulation derogations.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2016) Cross-border data protection: Applicable law and territorial powers of national data protection supervisors, in SCRIPTed 13 (1).
Mc Cullagh, K. (2016) Response to the call by DCMS for views on the potential implications of Brexit for Data Protection stakeholders: Brexit: Potential Implications for Digital and ‘Fintech’ Industries.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2016) The General Data Protection Regulation: A Partial Success for Children on Social Network Sites?, in Data Protection, Privacy and European Regulation in the Digital Age. Forum Iuris, ISBN 978-951-51-2530-9.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2015) A tangled web of access to information: reflections on R (on the application of Evans) and another v Her Majesty's Attorney General, in European Journal of Current Legal Issues 21 (2).
Mc Cullagh, K. (2015) Response to the Ministry of Justice Consultation - Court and Tribunal Fees (Freedom of Information).
Mc Cullagh, K. (2015) Independent Commission on Freedom of Information - Response to Call for Evidence.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2011) Cloud Computing, in Cyber & Mobile Commerce: An analysis of crime, finance, media and trade in the digital age, Uni of Hertfordshire press.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2011) Click Happy?: An Analysis of the Use of An Electronic Voting System (EVS) in Large Group Lectures to Improve Interaction and Engagement, in Practice and Evidence of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 6 (3) pp. 189-213.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2011) Response to EU Commission on Public Consultation on Cloud Computing, EJLT 3(1).
Mc Cullagh, K. (2010) Facebook Privacy – A scary Story, in ActNow Newsletter 2010 (37th Newsletter) pp. 14.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2009) IP addresses and personal data: K.U. v Finland, in Data Protection Quarterly, 22 (9) pp. 18-19.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2009) Protecting ‘privacy’ through control of ‘personal’ data processing: a flawed approach, in International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 23 (1-2) pp. 47-58.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2008) Blogging: self presentation and privacy, in Information & Communications Technology Law 17 (1) pp. 3-23.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2007) Data Sensitivity: proposals for resolving the conundrum, in Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology 2 (4) pp. 190-201.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2004) Developing European Legal Information Markets based on Government Information, in International Journal of Law and Information Technology 12 (3) pp. 247-281.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2004) September 11th Security concerns: the threat to Internet Privacy, In: Ethicomp 2004: Challenges for the Citizen of the Information Society.
Mc Cullagh, K. (2003) E-democracy: potential for Political Revolution?, in International Journal of Law and Information Technology 11 (2) pp. 149-161.