Magdalena (Magda) Brewczyńska is a postdoctoral researcher in AlgoSoc Project. She examines the relationship between values underpinning fundamental rights – such as dignity, equality, or fairness – and access to justice with a view of conceptualising the notion of ‘justice rights’. This allows her to analyse how and to what degree justice rights are currently being challenged by the automated decision-making systems (ADS) and what measures should be taken to extend rather than limit citizens' access to justice in modern democratic societies.
Prior to the postdoctoral project, Magda was exploring the problem of public-private collaboration through personal data sharing in the context of criminal law enforcement and security and of the reconciliation of the Anti-Money Laundering policy and the rights to privacy and personal data protection. Her work resulted in a doctoral dissertation "Policing via banks: the question of legitimacy of personal data sharing".
Collaboration with Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law (Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung von Kriminalität, Sicherheit und Recht) on the ParTFin Project “Public-Private Partnerships on Terrorism Financing” (call ISFP-2017-AG-TERFIN)