TILT seminar: Ben Wagner (TU Delft)
Mapping Social-Legal Systems of governance before the #DSA
Now that the DSA has been released, taking a more empirical perspective on content moderation seems ever more pressing. To this end, this author will look at concrete empirical data which can help understanding how socio-legal and socio-technical systems interact. The talk will thus be able to provide an empirical basis for discussing which parts of the DSA might be successful and which are more likely to fail.
Speaker: Ben Wagner
Dr Ben Wagner is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management at TU Delft, where his research focuses on technology policy, human rights and accountable information systems. He is Associate Faculty at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna and a visiting researcher at the Human Centred Computing Group, University of Oxford. He previously worked at WU Vienna, TU-Berlin, the University of Pennsylvania and European University Viadrina. He holds a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from European University Institute in Florence.
Host: Bo Zhao