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An independent research commission on the use of Facebook data in the context of elections has now officially been launched under the name Social Science One. Dr. Cornelius Puschmann from Hans-Bredow-Institut and Prof. Dr. Barbara Pfetsch, member of the scientific council of the institute, are...
Hölig, Sascha (2017): "Fake News werden die Wahlen in Deutschland nicht entscheiden [Fake News Will Not Decide the Elections in Germany]". In: Die Netzdebatte der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung [The Online Debate of the Federal Agency for Civic Education] (online).
"Can Democracy Survive Big Data and Micro-Profiling in Elections?", panel participation by J. Kulshrestha at the conference "Computers, Privacy, and Datat Protection (CPDP)" on 24 January 2018 in Brussels.
"Can Democracy Survive Big Data and Micro-Profiling in Elections?", panel discussion with J. Kulshrestha at the conference Computers, Privacy, and Datat Protection (CPDP) on 24 January 2018 in Brussels.
"Wahlkampf im Social Web – Transparenz oder Manipulation? [Election Campaigns in the Social Web - Transparency or Manipulation?]", event "Wir wollen reden – Bürgerschaft im Diskurs ["We Want to Talk" - Bürgerschaft in Discourse]" of the Bremische Bürgerschaft...
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