Books and reports
Haynes, D., and Vernau, J., (Eds.), 2019. The Human Position in an Artificial World: creativity, ethics and AI in knowledge organization. Proceedings of the Sixth ISKO UK Biennial Conference held in London, 15-16 July 2019. Baden-Baden: Ergon Verlag.
Haynes, D., 2018. Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval: understanding metadata and its use. Second Edition. London: Facet Publishing
Haynes, D., 2004. Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval. London: Facet Publishing.
Blake, M., Cookman, N. & Haynes, D., 1999. Teleworking Directory. British Library Science and Technology series, London: The British Library.
Haynes, D. et al., 1997. Responsibility for Digital Archiving and Long-term Access to Digital Data. JISC/NPO Studies on the Preservation of Electronic Materials, London.
Haynes, D. (ed.), 1990. Sources of Information in Information Technology. Guide to Information Sources series. London: Bowker Saur.
Academic journal articles
Haynes, D., 2018. ‘Metadata: the political dimension’, Alexandria, 27(3), pp. 198–206.
Haynes, D., Bawden, D. & Robinson, L., 2016. A Regulatory Model for Personal Data on Social Networking Services in the UK. International Journal of Information Management, 36(6), pp.872–882.
Haynes, D. & Robinson, L., 2015. Defining User Risk in Social Networking Services. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 67(1), pp.94–115.
Haynes, D., 1999. Electronic Publications: an Agenda for National Libraries and Publishers. Alexandria, 11(3), pp.167–179.
Haynes, D., 2018. ‘Metadata, Ethics and Trust’, Catalogue & Index, (191), pp. 2–4.
Haynes, D., 2016. Privacy Shield Replaces Safe Harbour, but Only the Name has Changed. The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/privacy-shield-replaces-safe-harbour-but-only-the-name-has-changed-54189 [Accessed February 22, 2016].
Haynes, D., 2016. Social media, risk and information governance. Business Information Review, 33(2), pp.90–93.
Haynes, D., 2015. End of Safe Harbour isn’t the End of the World – let’s hope its successor is better. The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/end-of-safe-harbour-isnt-the-end-of-the-world-lets-hope-its-successor-is-better-48841 [Accessed October 14, 2015].
Haynes, D., 2014. Forget the Right to be Forgotten, Other Means Exist. The Conversation. Available at: http://theconversation.com/forget-the-right-to-be-forgotten-other-means-exist-29117 [Accessed July 21, 2014].
Haynes, D., 2014. Social Media and Risk. CILIP Update, (June 2014), pp.30–32.
Haynes, D., 2011 Social Networks in the workplace – some data protection issues. Free Pint. 1 December 2011.
Conference papers and posters
Haynes, D., 2019 ‘Creating an Ontology of Risk: a human-mediated process’, in Haynes, D. and Vernau, J. (eds) The Human Position in an Artificial World: creativity, ethics and AI in knowledge organization. ISKO UK Sixth Biennial Conference London 15-16th July 2019. Baden-Baden: Ergon Verlag, pp. 167–180.
Haynes, D., 2018. ‘The Nature of Risk and the Privacy Calculus (poster)’, in RAEng Annual Research Forum. London: Royal Academy of Engineering.
Haynes, D., 2013. “The future of Regulation”. In iFutures conference. Sheffield: University of Sheffield.
Haynes, D., 2013. “Using Knowledge Organisation to Manage Information Risk”. In Information, a Risky Business. ISKO UK Meeting on 24 October 2013 in London, UK. London: ISKO UK, p. 5pp.
Haynes, D., 2008. Collaborative Working Environments. Using document management for projects and programmes, London.