How is the process of digitization changing the world? From discussions about intimacy to the surveillance of publics, the Global Digital Cultures podcast brings you ideas and speakers that question how digital elements are changing our everyday life.
In this episode, Stefania Milan joined us behind the mic at Cafe Droog, where we talked about data activism, regulatory data infrastructures, and ways in which justice and equality can be achieved in a datafied society.
Stefania Milan is an Associate Professor of New Media and Digital Culture at the University of Amsterdam. She is the Principal Investigator of the ERC-funded DATACTIVE project, Co-Principal Investigator of the e-LADDA project, and the Project Leader of the Citizenship and Standard-Setting in Digital Networks. Her research lies at the intersection of technologies and society, as she investigates the possibilities of self-organization, emancipation, and autonomy that digital infrastructure opens up.
In this episode, we invited Linnet Taylor to Thomas's cozy office at the University of Amsterdam to discuss global data justice and the growing power of contemporary tech firms over a hot cup of tea.
Linnet Taylor is a Professor of International Data Governance at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), where she leads the ERC-funded Global Data Justice project. Her research focuses on the use of new sources of digital data in governance and research around issues of human and economic development.
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