Artist and designer Julia Janssen takes you on a journey behind the surface of the internet. The digital universe has a lot to offer, but what price do you pay for access? Nothing is for free. Not even on the WorldWide Web. When it seems free, you are the product.
In every episode, Janssen invites a guest to discuss a specific topic around data, digitalization and algorithms. We are exploring today's problems and tomorrows opportunities. Let's find out new directions for the internet.
1 // Paul Tang – A World Without Big-Tech
"Let's reshape the world of data, digital services and big-tech." The final words of a conversation with the Dutch politician Paul Tang – A Member of the European Parliament for the Partij van de Arbeid (PvdA). We talked about the Digital Services Act, a legislative proposal he worked on to fight centralised market power and enforce transparency on the use of data and algorithms. Pauls mission is to break-up big-tech by attacking their business model: personalised advertising.
About Paul Tang: https://paultang.nl/en/home/
Digital Services Act: https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/priorities-2019-2024/europe-fit-digital-age/digital-services-act-ensuring-safe-and-accountable-online-environment_en
About Studio Julia Janssen: https://www.julia-janssen.nl
0 // Just before you Click
We allow things in our online world that are illegal –or at least undesirable– in our offline society. Why? You might think that data and algorithms are nerdy, dry and complicated topics. And that understanding computation is only for a few bright minds. We like to argue otherwise. Let's find out what happens on the other side of your screen when you click. Because the digital universe has a lot to offer, but what price do you pay for access? Nothing is for free. Not even on the WorldWide Web. When it seems free, you are the product. // In this episode, we would like to introduce you to the HyperClick podcast and Studio Julia Janssen.
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Very well podcast. It make me curious
Very interesting background story. What a power woman. I’m looking forward to hear the rest of it and learn more about data an big tech companies. And btw, your English is so good!