Elinor Carmi is a media and culture scholar looking at the power and politics of unwanted forms of behaviour in media technologies such as spam, noise and cookies. She is also a journalist writing on technology, gender, sound and digital rights. She tweets @Elinor_Carmi.
Published in: democraciaAbiertaEducarnos en información, para evitar estar desinformados
Para saber qué información es falsa, necesitas dedicar tiempo y esfuerzo para verificar las cosas. ¿Tendrías el...
Published in: digitaLibertiesWe don’t need no education? – informing the misinformed
To know that information is false, you need to dedicate time and effort to verify things. Would you have the time,...
Published in: digitaLibertiesDo you agree?: What #MeToo can teach us about digital consent
The conversation around sexual consent could radically change the way we think of consent online.
Published in: HomeWhose data is it anyway?
Collection, categorisation, and experimentation on people’s data are presented as legitimate because online...