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Caring about privacy but accepting cookies? Questioning the privacy paradox.

Have you ever asked yourself why you agree to privacy agreements like cookies on a website way faster and consider them less online then offline? That phenomenon is called the privacy paradox…

Is the new EU directive for sustainability in AI a toothless paper tiger or a sharp and hungry lion?

A lion for sustainable AI: How to support a new standard for sustainability reporting?

The Sustainability of AI is missing proper standards. EU’s CSRD might be a new directive. But is it a toothless paper tiger or a sharp lion?

EU-Kodex gegen Hack and Leak

The EU’s Regulatory Awakening? Hack-and-Leak Operations in the new EU Code on Disinformation

Digital Policy: The new EU Code on Disinformation might bring an end to platform’s arbitrary handling of hack-and-leak

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Ethics of digitalisation: dialogue, participation & visions

What visions do we need to implement so that an ethics-led digitalisation of our society works for everyone? We take stock.

Wahlkompass Digitales 2021

Lack of digital policy in the truel of the chancellor candidates – An emancipation of the electorate

nsights into the projects in the field of digital policy are not yet available in the truels. However, if you would like to find out more, you have come to the right place: Three researchers from HIIG and HBI write about their opinions on digital policy and refer to the Digital Electoral Compass. It gives journalists and voters the opportunity to get an idea of the situation for themselves. 

With Open Mind and Open Source – the democratic potential of public good-oriented AI

Dr. Theresa Züger talks to Patricia Leu from Prototype Fund about the Public Interest AI project and the democratic potential of AI for the common good.