Posts Tagged: digital civil rights
The Ippolita Collective: Stop Questioning and Start Building!
The Ippolita Collective brought a humorous and refreshing change of perspective into the attempt to search and formulate solutions for one of the issues addressed by the second session of the Society of the Query conference, namely Digital Civil Rights. They proposed to change the “what” style of questioning associated with positions of domination, as [...]
Society of the Query, stop searching start questioning
Society of the Query conference: 13 – 14 November, Trouw Amsterdam in Amsterdam With the Society of the Query conference –stop searching, start questioning-, the Institute of Network Cultures aims to critically reflect on the information society and the dominant role of the search engine in our culture. What does the dependency on the engine [...]