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Sustaining Resilient Spaces for women with a voice  : emotional narratives to fight the political repression of women’s voices and public presence My public works and research activities as a social science researcher, an ICTs expert and an advocate for women’s expertise in science and technology (2008-2015, see publication) led…

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A modern disease : the criminalization of women thinking

The Criminalization of Women Thinking : Investigative journalists, critical academics, female activists and intellectuals and political leaders under a hail of bullets   The work I conduct since 2010 aims at showing how, through the use of state violence, abusive politics, and police brutality, women thinking is being silented with…

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Societies of desinformation : how finance capitalism rules and ruins the world

  Finance capitalism is an economic structure that maintains unequal and unbalanced relations of power in between shareholders and society. If speculative finance shares a good rate of responsibility, the institutions of knowledge as media, politics and universities own one too for perpetuating narratives of financial capitalism infusing sexism, racism…

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The shadowy relationships between EU institutionnals, US lawmakers and the Code Industry will only create illegal economies

When I started to develop my business as a owner, I have been reaching to find informations about the way to protect set of ideas, arrimage of concepts, methodology design and data collection and analysis I have produced through my academic research from competitors’ thieves and frauds and there wasn’t….

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Ethique des données en ligne et protection des utilisateurs

Une lecture du rapport du NDG, dans le cadre du Réglement Européen sur la Protection des Données (RGPD), qui établit les principales recommandations.   Après la publication du rapport établi par la commissaire du NDG (National Data Guardian for Health and Care) en janvier 2018, j’ai procédé à une lecture…

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Escaping the internet in hard times : perspective from a woman scientist in science and technology

With the increase of texts and images’ propagation linked to the automation of the media production, the WWW – or KKK? – has become a place of nightmare and madness for the most vulnerable communities due to the power concentration, the normalization of the abuses and the rationalization of processes….

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How algorithms’ bias on Twitter’s timeline create the exclusion of creative contents

Algorithmic bias are excluding significant amounts of qualitative information at the expense of a creative culture’s production. I write this post to underline how processes of social discrimination are actually at stake in encrypted codes used by Twitter developers and managers via their algorithms which are affecting the production of…

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Why leaders transparency matter ? The case of WIKILEAKS blurring the frequency

[PART 2] READ [PART 1] The case of Wikileaks screwing up with transparency by blurring the frequency in the aftermath of America’s elections and other comments about tech scene in 2016. Wikileaks helped us to get quite an insight at the internal politics of the DNC and get access to…

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A conversation between friends lead to further reflection on state violence

  During my ethnographic cycling project around Scandinavia this summer, I met C., an Iranian political refugee who also is a documentary maker. After being jailed because of his activities in Iran, he left for Istanbul where he applied for the Refugees Immigration UN Program and he is now resident of…

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