Adam Molnar is a Postdoctoral fellow in the Surveillance Studies Centre at Queen’s University. He specializes security and privacy issues, particularly in the areas of policing, national security, and public safety governance. More particularly, he researches how collaborative governmental initiatives are arranged, and the privacy and security implications that follow. His current research focuses on civilian-military relations and the domestic adoption of unmanned-aerial vehicles (UAVs) in Canada. Adam has published journal articles, book chapters, and policy reports on these issues, and he regularly presents his research domestically and further abroad.
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