Am 6. Mai durfte ich gemeinsam mit Sandro Gayken beim #rbbTalkLab auf der #rp19 über Cyberwar und Cyberpeace sprechen. Ein Interview, in dem ich mit Theresa Sickert unter anderem über die Möglichkeiten von NutzerInnen gesprochen haben, bessere Regeln und einen höheren Schutz für unser digitales Leben einzufordern.
Thanks to an invitation from the Observer Research Foundation, I was able to join this year's Raisina Dialogue from January 7-11 in (New) Delhi, India where we spent many, many hours (think of an official 9am-10.30pm programme) discussing geopolitical power dynamics and shifts in the current world order. It wasn't just a packed programme, it... Continue Reading →
Panel with Samir Saran, Ephraim Kenyanito, Sean Kanuck, and Fuoad Mouhyi on "How Personal is your data: surveillance capitalism and democracy in the 21st century?" Read more.
National elections in September 2017. All things come to a halt; political attention is directed towards campaigning. Not so in Germany these days. In a flurry of decisions, Germany has been busy shaping a comprehensive digital agenda — with an increasing number of global implications. Read full post.
Joined a panel with Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones (DCMG), Michelle Dennedy (Cisco), and Susanne Tillqvist (EY) to discuss "Dangerous intersections: technology / privacy / security / surveillance." Read more. Speakers.
Cathleen Berger explores how giant data-driven companies are challenging old ideas about power and accountability, and what should be done about it. Read full piece on Global Policy Journal.
Joseph Cannataci recently submitted his first report as UN Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy — a brand new position, created in July 2015 in the wake of the German-Brazilian initiative for a UN resolution on privacy in the digital age. The report includes a description of Cannataci’s working methods, a general overview of privacy-relevant topics,... Continue Reading →