Dr Ksenia Bakina
Ksenia leads PI’s programme focusing on police surveillance technologies, data exploitation and the law. She is also responsible for legal research and litigation on surveillance and data protection. Prior to joining PI, Ksenia taught law at Queen Mary, University of London and Royal Holloway, University of London.
Ksenia has a PhD from Queen Mary, University of London. Her research examined the contemporary phenomenon of ‘revenge pornography’ and analysed possible legal solutions, focusing on the United Kingdom legal system. She has previously been called to the Bar by the Inner Temple and completed her LLB and her LLM in Public International Law at Queen Mary University.