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Biography David Haynes lectures on information governance, information security, knowledge management and privacy. After a career in information management he returned to academia to do a PhD on ‘Regulation of Access to Personal Data on Online Social Network Services in the UK’ which he completed in 2015. His research interests include: information governance and ethics, regulatory systems, and knowledge organization. The second edition of his book, ‘Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval’ was published in 2018.
Research Interests David's research interests are focused on information governance and knowledge organization. He is interested in the role of metadata and other knowledge organization systems in information governance. He also researches into privacy, data protection and online risk.
Teaching and Learning David teaches undergraduate and postgraduate modules on Information: Society and Security, IT Service Management, Knowledge Management and Professional Practice, Governance and Risk. He is alos module leader for the final-year undergraduate Honours Projects (60 credits).