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Fairness and AI governance - responsibility and reality
What SyRI can teach us about technical solutions for societal challenges
Data and Justice in 2019 — Who can afford big tech, and who can live without it?

 Aadhaar (1)

Why Today's Aadhaar Judgement Matters for Data Justice

 Asia (1)

Sphere transitions and transgressions in Asia during the COVID pandemic

 COVID-19 (2)

Sphere transitions and transgressions in Asia during the COVID pandemic
Nu zie je het, nu niet — hoe Nederlandse statistieken ongelijkheid onzichtbaar maken

 CfP (1)

Call of Papers for a Special Issue on Data, Law, and Decolonisation

 China (1)

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

 EOY (2)

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

 EU (3)

The collapse of the Super League - some takeaways for thinking about sector transgressions by the tech sector
Sphere transitions and transgressions in the EU during the COVID pandemic
New project on sphere transitions and transgressions during COVID-19

 EU regulation (1)

Fairness and AI governance - responsibility and reality

 FRT (1)

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

 Facebook (3)

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

 Huduma (1)

Adjudicating Data Justice

 ID (2)

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

 Kenya (3)

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

 MyData (1)

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

 NIIMS (1)

Adjudicating Data Justice

 PI (1)

Privacy International takes action against data brokers

 Palantir (1)

The Humanitarian-Intelligence Nexus

 SyRI (2)

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

 WFP (1)

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

 algorithm (1)

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

 bias (1)

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

 biometrics (4)

Give us your poor, your unidentified masses
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

 brokers (3)

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

 cities (1)

Extractive Logics as a Systemic Pattern

 communities (1)

The collapse of the Super League - some takeaways for thinking about sector transgressions by the tech sector

 competition (3)

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

 data (19)

Sphere transitions and transgressions in Asia during the COVID pandemic
Nu zie je het, nu niet — hoe Nederlandse statistieken ongelijkheid onzichtbaar maken
Call of Papers for a Special Issue on Data, Law, and Decolonisation
The collapse of the Super League - some takeaways for thinking about sector transgressions by the tech sector
Sphere transitions and transgressions in the EU during the COVID pandemic
New project on sphere transitions and transgressions during COVID-19
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

 datafication (1)

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

 decolonialsation (1)

Call of Papers for a Special Issue on Data, Law, and Decolonisation

 digital (3)

Give us your poor, your unidentified masses
Adjudicating Data Justice
Humanitarian Technology and Digital Dignity

 dignity (1)

Humanitarian Technology and Digital Dignity

 doubles (1)

Extractive Logics as a Systemic Pattern

 e-government (1)

Social Media for Public Service Delivery in Kenya

 economy (1)

Extractive Logics as a Systemic Pattern

 governance (3)

The collapse of the Super League - some takeaways for thinking about sector transgressions by the tech sector
Fairness and AI governance - responsibility and reality
MyData’s Nordic model for data governance, a libertarian fantasy worth engaging with

 group (1)

Taking The Group Privacy Discussion Forward

 health (1)

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

 humanitarian (4)

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

 identification (1)

Adjudicating Data Justice

 identity (1)

Give us your poor, your unidentified masses

 industry (1)

Give us your poor, your unidentified masses

 justice (1)

Adjudicating Data Justice

 law (2)

Call of Papers for a Special Issue on Data, Law, and Decolonisation
What SyRI can teach us about technical solutions for societal challenges

 libertarianism (1)

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

 market (1)

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

 predictive policing (1)

Fairness and AI governance - responsibility and reality

 privacy (1)

Taking The Group Privacy Discussion Forward

 project (1)

Introducing The Project

 protection (1)

Adjudicating Data Justice

 pseudo-science (1)

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

 publics (1)

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

 refugees (1)

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

 regulation (2)

Call of Papers for a Special Issue on Data, Law, and Decolonisation
The collapse of the Super League - some takeaways for thinking about sector transgressions by the tech sector

 sector transgressions (1)

Give us your poor, your unidentified masses

 security (1)

Personal Data for Security in Kenya

 smart (1)

Extractive Logics as a Systemic Pattern

 spheres (4)

Sphere transitions and transgressions in Asia during the COVID pandemic
The collapse of the Super League - some takeaways for thinking about sector transgressions by the tech sector
Sphere transitions and transgressions in the EU during the COVID pandemic
New project on sphere transitions and transgressions during COVID-19

 surveillance (2)

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

 sustainability (1)

Fairness and AI governance - responsibility and reality

 technology (6)

Sphere transitions and transgressions in Asia during the COVID pandemic
Nu zie je het, nu niet — hoe Nederlandse statistieken ongelijkheid onzichtbaar maken
Call of Papers for a Special Issue on Data, Law, and Decolonisation
The collapse of the Super League - some takeaways for thinking about sector transgressions by the tech sector
Sphere transitions and transgressions in the EU during the COVID pandemic
New project on sphere transitions and transgressions during COVID-19

 tracking (4)

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

 welfare (2)

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