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About Claudio Agosti

Claudio Agosti is a self-taught hacker who since the late 90ties has gradually become a techno-political activist as technology has begun to interfere with society and human rights. In the last decades, he worked on whistleblower protection with GlobaLeaks, advocated against corporate surveillance, and founded "facebook tracking exposed." He is a research associate in UvA, DATACTIVE team, vice president of the Hermer Center and OTF fellow 2017 with CodingRights.

Articles by Claudio Agosti

This week’s front page editor

Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Could populism be a side effect of the Personalized Algorithm?

And can we work together so that one day we can use filter bubbles against themselves?

Totally unbalanced power

"I don’t want to live in a society where everyone can be controlled, their data collected and stored, and then used for whatever purposes private companies want." Interview.

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