Katharina Mosene is a political scientist (M.A.) and has been working at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) since July 2019 in the area of research and event cooperations, especially in the context of the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
and the Network of Centers
. Her academic interests include intersectional feminist approaches in the field of network policy, smart technologies and internet governance. In addition to the context of digital violence, hate speech and anti-feminism, she is working on traditional biases and ethical questions in the field of artificial intelligence.
Furthermore, she is associated with the TUM Medical Education Center of the Technical University of Munich in the field of Digital Education / eLearning.
As a freelancer, she is involved with Deutschland sicher im Netz e.V. [Safe on the Net] under the patronage of the Federal Ministry of the Interior in the field of consumer protection and conducts workshops for volunteers and associations on Internet security topics.
In her spare time, she is a founding member of netzforma* e.V. - Verein für feministische Netzpolitik [Association for Feminist Internet Politics]. There she deals with topics such as promoting equal access to the Internet and to digital content, protection against violence on the Internet and the right to privacy.