Frederike Kaltheuner is policy advisor on data innovation with Privacy International in London. Privacy International is a registered charity that litigates to ensure that surveillance is consistent with the rule of law and advocates for strong regional, national and international laws that protect privacy. Frederike is interested in the security and privacy challenges of connected spaces, ethics, machine learning and AI. She’s also a research associate with the European Research Council–funded DATACTIVE project at the University of Amsterdam. Previously, she worked as a technology reporter for a television show, as a data analyst in the R&D department of an online newspaper and as a writer for a philosophy magazine. Frederike holds an MSc from the University of Oxford and a BA in philosophy and politics from the University College Maastricht.