Privat-o-Mat

Privat-o-Mat

Institut für Digitale Ethik der Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart: Privat-o-Mat. Stuttgart. The ‘Privat-o-Mat’ / Privacymeter is an online quiz that helps internet users to reflect and understand their own behaviour online and their habits regarding data protection. The website asks users 15 questions on different aspects of their daily digital Read more…

Your Data Mirror

Your Data Mirror

Interactive Media Foundation (2021): Your Data Mirror, Berlin. The website “Your Data Mirror” aims to sensitize young adults to the topic of data collection and draws attention to the connection between personal data and possible effects on democracy and society. An interactive and personalized web application based on users’ Instagram Read more…

Big Data-Forscher Dirk Helbing über den „perfekten Sturm“ der Digitalisierung

Helbing, Dirk (2017): Big Data-Forscher Dirk Helbing über den „perfekten Sturm“ der Digitalisierung. Markus Grill im Gespräch mit Dirk Helbing. Dirk Helbing calls for digital enlightenment to prevent the future vision of a society remotely controlled and fragmented by digital capitalism. Helbing calls for new digital infrastructures (open data, coordination, Read more…

Big Tech Detective

Economic Security Project (2021): Big Tech Detective, Washington DC. Big Tech Detective is a browser extension for Chrome and Firefox that reveals how data flows to and from the biggest tech companies and the extent to which tech giants already dominate the digital infrastructure. Big Tech Detective ist eine Browser-Erweiterung Read more…

Watching You

SIN – Studio im Netz (2021): Watching you, München. The “Watching You” project is aimed at multipliers in media education and political education who work with children of preschool and primary school age or with young people. The methods and materials developed there, such as web-based learning games, explanatory films, Read more…

Algorithmen in unserem Alltag

Siemens Stiftung (2020): Medienpaket “Algorithmen in unserem Alltag”, München. The media package “Algorithms in our everyday life” developed by iRights.Lab is aimed at students from grade 7 onwards with the goal of conveying a general understanding of algorithmic systems and establishing social and political connections. Das von iRights.Lab entwickelte Medienpaket Read more…