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Michael Seemann
Digital Discourses

 Michael Seemann Michael Seemann | © Steffi Rossdeutscher is a writer, blogger, podcaster, and lecturer living in Berlin. In 2010 he started ctrl-verlust.net, a blog about the theory of losing control over data in the internet. In 2015 he published Digital Tailspin—10 Rules for the Internet after Snowden in collaboration with the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam. He publishes widely, gives lectures and seminars at the University of Cologne, Leuphana University and University of Arts (UdK) in Berlin, and is cofounder of the Otherwise Network.

Michael Seemann at our Conference:

Five Unsettling Questions for Digital Capitalism  

Panel discussion:
The Commercial and Political Value of User Data
Moderator: Diah Angendari 
Guests: Alia Y. Karunian, Katharina Nocun, Michael Seemann, Jun-E  Tan

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