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Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?

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Why Today's Aadhaar Judgement Matters for Data Justice

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Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?

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Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?
Data Justice Stories of 2018

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The usual suspects — the resurgence of Lombroso and other pseudo-sciences in automated facial recognition

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The German Facebook saga continues — a surprise from the Federal Court of Justice
Tackling Data Collection Practices in the Digital Economy — An update on the German case against Facebook
German Competition Authority Goes After Facebook for Tracking Its Users Outside the Social Network

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Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?
Biometric Ultimata — what the Yemen conflict can tell us about the politics of digital ID systems

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Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?
Personal Data for Security in Kenya
Social Media for Public Service Delivery in Kenya

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MyData’s Nordic model for data governance, a libertarian fantasy worth engaging with

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Adjudicating Data Justice

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Privacy International takes action against data brokers

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The Humanitarian-Intelligence Nexus

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What SyRI can teach us about technical solutions for societal challenges
Adjudicating Data Justice

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Biometric Ultimata — what the Yemen conflict can tell us about the politics of digital ID systems

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The usual suspects — the resurgence of Lombroso and other pseudo-sciences in automated facial recognition

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The usual suspects — the resurgence of Lombroso and other pseudo-sciences in automated facial recognition

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Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?
Humanitarian Technology and Digital Dignity
Biometric Ultimata — what the Yemen conflict can tell us about the politics of digital ID systems

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Our New Web Tracking Project
Privacy International takes action against data brokers
How Data Brokers Exert Control Over Our Lives From The Shadows

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Extractive Logics as a Systemic Pattern

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The German Facebook saga continues — a surprise from the Federal Court of Justice
Tackling Data Collection Practices in the Digital Economy — An update on the German case against Facebook
German Competition Authority Goes After Facebook for Tracking Its Users Outside the Social Network

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The German Facebook saga continues — a surprise from the Federal Court of Justice
Adjudicating Data Justice
Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?
Humanitarian Technology and Digital Dignity
Tackling Data Collection Practices in the Digital Economy — An update on the German case against Facebook
Biometric Ultimata — what the Yemen conflict can tell us about the politics of digital ID systems
Our New Web Tracking Project
Extractive Logics as a Systemic Pattern
German Competition Authority Goes After Facebook for Tracking Its Users Outside the Social Network
The Humanitarian-Intelligence Nexus
Personal Data for Security in Kenya
Privacy International takes action against data brokers
How Data Brokers Exert Control Over Our Lives From The Shadows

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How are Different Publics Constructed through Datafication of Health and Public Opinion Studies?

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Adjudicating Data Justice
Humanitarian Technology and Digital Dignity

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Humanitarian Technology and Digital Dignity

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Extractive Logics as a Systemic Pattern

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Social Media for Public Service Delivery in Kenya

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Extractive Logics as a Systemic Pattern

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MyData’s Nordic model for data governance, a libertarian fantasy worth engaging with

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Taking The Group Privacy Discussion Forward

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How are Different Publics Constructed through Datafication of Health and Public Opinion Studies?

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Humanitarian Technology and Digital Dignity
Biometric Ultimata — what the Yemen conflict can tell us about the politics of digital ID systems
The Humanitarian-Intelligence Nexus
Data Protection in Humanitarian Contexts

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Adjudicating Data Justice

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Adjudicating Data Justice

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What SyRI can teach us about technical solutions for societal challenges

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MyData’s Nordic model for data governance, a libertarian fantasy worth engaging with

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Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?

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Taking The Group Privacy Discussion Forward

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Introducing The Project

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Adjudicating Data Justice

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The usual suspects — the resurgence of Lombroso and other pseudo-sciences in automated facial recognition

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How are Different Publics Constructed through Datafication of Health and Public Opinion Studies?

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Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?

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Personal Data for Security in Kenya

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Extractive Logics as a Systemic Pattern

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Adjudicating Data Justice
Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?

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The German Facebook saga continues — a surprise from the Federal Court of Justice
Tackling Data Collection Practices in the Digital Economy — An update on the German case against Facebook
Our New Web Tracking Project
German Competition Authority Goes After Facebook for Tracking Its Users Outside the Social Network

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What SyRI can teach us about technical solutions for societal challenges
Adjudicating Data Justice