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Episode 7 | 9 February 2023
Sharenting | part II
Tune into part II of this double episode on sharenting, kidfluencers and how to protect children from the harms of growing up on social media. With Stacey Steinberg from the University of Florida, Catalina Goanta from Utrecht University and Christina Winters from Tilburg University.
Episode 6 | 31 January 2023
Sharenting | part I
Tune into part I of this double episode on sharenting, kidfluencers and the harms of oversharing about children on social media. With Stacey Steinberg from the University of Florida, Catalina Goanta from Utrecht University and Christina Winters from Tilburg University.
Episode 5 | 26 August 2022
Cybersecurity of digital consent
In this episode, tune into a conversation between Digital Legal Lab researchers Yong Yong Hu and Pieter Wolters from Radboud University about the cybersecurity of digital consent.
Episode 4 | 15 February 2022
In this episode, we dive into the dark depths of deepfake technology with Bart van der Sloot (Tilburg University). Bart warns that deepfakes pose serious and urgent threats to society. Can these threats be tackled before the post-truth era is here?
Episode 3 | 29 July 2021
why gig workers are fighting for their data rights
Political scientist Jill Toh (University of Amsterdam) and law professor Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius (Radboud University) talk about the legal battle fought by Uber and Ola drivers. Why are they taking the algorithms that manage them to court?
Episode 2 | 14 July 2021
Legal scholar and philosopher Bart van der Sloot (Tilburg University) talks about his recent work on algorithmic bias and how to make non-discrimination a key component in the design of AI systems.
Episode 1 | 25 March 2021
Digitally Fueled Riots
Tech philosopher Esther Keymolen (Tilburg University) and fundamental rights & technology researcher Ronan Fahy (University of Amsterdam) talk about recent social media fueled riots, such as the Capitol riots in Washington and the Dutch curfew riots.