At the CPDC conference (30/01 – 01/01), Team Personalised was involved in two panels. The first one was named “DATA IS (POLITICAL) POWER!” and was organised by IViR & ASCoR. Natali Helberger was the chair of the panel, and Tom Dobber the moderator. The panel focused on i) understanding the concept and implications of social platforms, ii) examining if, and why the political power of social platforms is problematic, and iii) exploring the role of law and policy in providing necessary checks-and-balances.
To view the entire panel discussion, click here.
The second panel was titled “Influence or Manipulation? What protections in the digital world?”, with Judith Möller as one of the members. The goal of this panel was to discuss in a multidisciplinary way the issues raised by online manipulation, including topics as nudging, manipulation based on exploitation of human biases, prevention tools to reduce manipulation, the role of the media in this context, and many more.
This panel debate is also fully available. To watch it, click here (with Judith’s talk at min. 39:00).