Kevin Macnish is Teaching Fellow and Consultant at the Centre for Inter-Disciplinary Applied Ethics at the University of Leeds. He shares his time between lecturing undergraduates in engineering and computer science, leading online modules for an MA in Applied and Professional Ethics, and undertaking consultancy work with an ethical focus.
Kevin is also working towards a PhD on the ethics of surveillance, developing a framework by which surveillance can be assessed from an ethical perspective. Questions that interest him include who is carrying out surveillance, why are they doing it, and what the harms are which are associated with surveillance. He is the author of the article on Surveillance Ethics in the Internet Encyclopaedia of Philosophy.