Taylor devises a theory of data justice that is informed by public reasoning and operates on a global scale. What about power relations?
Information, power, colonialism. All these elements have been known and studied for a long time, but they are now combined in such a way that the functioning of the state has gone through a paradigmatic change.
Now that trolling has become the new normal in political communication, we better stop laughing for a moment and learn what this means for democracy.
As the fake news investigation of the Brazilian Congress reaches a decisive moment, data politics become a central arena of power struggle in the country. But it is not easy to see what is really happening.
If there is a science that understands the power of incentives, it is Economics. So maybe it has a thing or two to teach us about how our democracies are being NUDGED by the fake news market.
As we are starting this blog, a first dilemma: We have communication professionals on board, but no designer! Still, Raero took up the challenge to create a logo. Here are his thoughts, what are yours?