ntusikov


Natasha Tusikov

Department of Social Science

Assistant Professor

Office: 714A Ross Building South
Phone: 416 736 2100 Ext: 30158
Email: ntusikov@yorku.ca


Dr. Tusikov’s research examines the intersection among law, crime, technology, and regulation, and she is the author of Chokepoints: Global Private Regulation on the Internet (University of California Press, 2017). Her study on Internet firms’ sharing of personal information and the implications for Canadians’ privacy received funding from the Contributions Program at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (2016-2017). She is also a co-investigator on the SSHRC Insight Development Grant “Internet Governance, Intellectual Property and the Exercise of Power in the 21st Century” (2016-2018). Before obtaining her PhD at the Australian National University, she was a strategic criminal intelligence analyst and researcher at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Ottawa.

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Degrees

PhD, Australian National University
MA, Queen's University
BA, University of British Columbia

Research Interests

Information Technologies , Crime, law and technology, Private security industry, Regulatory theory, Criminology

Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/SOSC2653 6.0 A Research Methods in Criminology LECT
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/SOSC4650 6.0 A Criminology Honours Seminar SEMR


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/SOSC2653 6.0 A Research Methods in Criminology LECT
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/SOSC4650 6.0 A Criminology Honours Seminar SEMR


Dr. Tusikov’s research examines the intersection among law, crime, technology, and regulation, and she is the author of Chokepoints: Global Private Regulation on the Internet (University of California Press, 2017). Her study on Internet firms’ sharing of personal information and the implications for Canadians’ privacy received funding from the Contributions Program at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (2016-2017). She is also a co-investigator on the SSHRC Insight Development Grant “Internet Governance, Intellectual Property and the Exercise of Power in the 21st Century” (2016-2018). Before obtaining her PhD at the Australian National University, she was a strategic criminal intelligence analyst and researcher at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Ottawa.

Degrees

PhD, Australian National University
MA, Queen's University
BA, University of British Columbia

Research Interests

Information Technologies , Crime, law and technology, Private security industry, Regulatory theory, Criminology


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/SOSC2653 6.0 A Research Methods in Criminology LECT
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/SOSC4650 6.0 A Criminology Honours Seminar SEMR


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/SOSC2653 6.0 A Research Methods in Criminology LECT
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/SOSC4650 6.0 A Criminology Honours Seminar SEMR