- Deliverology: Blair Hawks his Wares. Review of Tom Bower, Tony Blair: the Tragedy of Power, London Review of Books, 31 March 2016.
- Fear in Those Blue Eyes: Thatcher in Her Bubble”. Review of Charles Moore, Margaret Thatcher: the Authorised Biography Vol II, London Review of Books, 3 December 2015.
- A Tide of Horseshit,A review of Nicholas Stern, Why Are We Waiting? The Logic, Urgency and Promise of Tackling Climate Change; Dieter Helm, Natural Capital: Valuing the Planet; and Gernot Wagner & Martin Weizman, Climate Shock: The Economic Consequences of a Hotter Planet, London Review of Books, 24 September 2015.
- The Challenge of Political Leadership Today, 13 November 2015, Conference panel & Interview.
- How Democracy Ends: Thinking the Unthinkable, Lecture 27 November 2017, CSAR, University of Cambridge.
- The Long History of ‘Cyber’. A review of Thomas Rid’s The Rise of the Machines: the Lost History of Cybernetics, Observer, 11 September 2016.
- Forget ideology, liberal democracy’s newest threats come from technology and bioscience. An essay on Yuval Noah Harari’s Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, Observer, 28 August 2016.
- Russian hacking of the US election is the most extreme case of how the internet is changing our politics. An essay on how the Internet is shaping US politics, Observer, 18 September 2016.
- Has the Internet become a failed state? Observer, 27 November 2016.
- The Evolution of the Internet: From Military Experiment to General Purpose Technology, Journal of Cyber Policy, 1(1), 2016, pp. 5-28.
- Interview at Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House), 9 May 2016.
- What does election hacking mean for democracy?, Prospect Magazine, 30 December 2016.
- Peter Thiel’s latest bet pays off, Medium, 12 December 2016.
- How Trump’s savvy army won the internet war, Observer, 1 January 2016.
- In conversation with Judy Wajcman about her new book, Pressed for Time: The Acceleration of Life in Digital Capitalism.
- Written evidence to the House of Lords select committee on AI, 6 September 2017.
- ’95 Theses’ project, Introduction & Website.
- Open Democracy article: The Investigatory Powers Bill is our chance to publicly set the rules around surveillance, Open Democracy.
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- The End of Safe Harbour: Implications for EU Digital Privacy and Data Protection Law, Journal of Internet Law, (2016) 19(8).
- EU Law and Mass Internet Metadata Surveillance in the Post-Snowden era, Media and Communications – Special Issue on Surveillance: Critical Analysis and Current Challenges. 3(2), 2015.
- The UK Investigatory Powers Bill – one step forward, two steps back (Online article) Open Democracy, 17 November 2015.
- Technology and Democracy Project, CRASSH, University of Cambridge, Written evidence to Public Committee on revised Investigatory Powers Bill (IPB64) (published 14 April 2016).
- Report of Ad Hoc Working Group on Investigatory Powers Bill, Findings Published in Joint Committee Report on Draft Investigatory Powers Bill (HL Paper 93) (published 11 February 2016).
- Technology and Democracy Project, CRASSH, University of Cambridge, Written Evidence to UK Houses of Parliament, Joint Committee on the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill (published 10 December 2015).
- Written Evidence to Joint Committee on Human Rights on IP Bill.
- The Investigatory Powers Bill: A Proportionate Framework?, Overseeing the Secret State: A Symposium on the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill, Technology and Democracy Project, CRASSH, University of Cambridge, 5 February 2016.
- The End of Safe Harbour: Implications of the Schrems Judgment Technology and Democracy Project, CRASSH, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, 16 October 2015.
- J. A. Hobson and the Machinery Question, Journal of British Studies, 54.2 (2015): 377-405.
- Review of Dan Bouk, How Our Days Became Numbered: Risk and the Rise of the Statistical Individual, The British Journal for the History of Science, 49(3), 2016, pp. 520–521. doi: 10.1017/S0007087416001011.