I’ll be heading off to Brussels on Sunday to facilitate the European Youth Panel (YEP) with Barbara Buchegger and 18 young people from all over Europe. They’ll be making a video reflecting #MyDigitalSelfAndI and preparing a “deep dive” session for the Safer Internet Forum, and I’ll […]
TUBES – A Game Of The Internet that I have developed for BEE SECURE will be officially released on February 6th, Safer Internet Day. The Creative Commons licensed board game conceived by myself, and co-created and developed with Jaiden Sreenivasan and Zygi Virsalis, students from […]
In this Privacy Salon we’ll be taking a quick dive into the “Black Boxes” that increasingly control many aspects of our lives, assessing (as much as we can) their influence, and seeing what we can do to keep control in an age of “algorithmic overlords” […]
The new BEE SECURE campaign that I have been working on has just launched today! I worked on the overall concept, the school training programme – creating the materials and presentation, as well as activities and installations for public events and “youth houses”. Further information […]
I’m delighted to say that I’m working on the new campaign for BEE SECURE about Big Data. BEE SECURE has a new campaign each year focusing on a different subject within the general topic of its remit. Recent topics have included the Cloud (which I worked on with Debbie Plein) and Hate Speech.
I facilitated a workshop on “Privacy, data protection and online user experience” at the European Youth Panel in Luxembourg in November 2015. In this post originally from the Better Internet for Kids site, one of the participants, Ida, describes her experience Young people from across […]
I introduced the idea of a Pan-European Digital Stalking Response Protocol at the #32C3 Chaos Communication Congress, the biggest hacker conference in Europe (talk begins at 30.08 in the video) There no simple go to place for real information wrt to protection and response to […]
As part of my client work for the BEESECURE project of the Luxembourg government, I recently participated in the first CryptoParty4Kids which took place during the annual international conference Hack.lu about computer security, privacy, information technology and its cultural/technical implication on society.