Suchen, Spielen, Lernen (to search, play and learn) is a recent essay by by Konrad Becker, director of World-Information.org and co-editor of the upcoming Deep Search ll symposium in Vienna as well as the upcoming volume Critical Strategies in Art and Media (Autonomedia, 2010). The essay is available (in German) at the Berliner Gazette: http://berlinergazette.de/suchen-spielen-lernen/.
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Degoogling Android: a practical how-to by Paul Sulzycki
We are happy to share Paul Sulzycki’s work on ‘degoogling Android’. Original can be found here. A talk explaining some theory and then the practical elements behind regaining control over your Android device at DCTRL in Vancouver last December. The key topic was how to remove as much Google and manufacturer bloatware from Android phones [...]
Astrid Mager about European data protection standards
In her research project, Glocal Search. Search technology at the intersection of global capitalism and local socio-political cultures, astrid looks at how search technology is shaped and governed at the intersection of global and local dynamics. She analyzed the reform of the EU data protection legislation as a case study: How are search engines (and [...]