Corina Enache, co-host of The Human Show, our media partner, interviewed our keynote, Gloria González Fuster. You can listen to the podcast here.
Corina talks to Gloria about privacy and data protection law and the need for interdisciplinarity to thoroughly explore this space; the historical perspective on the contestation of data usage; the agency of the “normal” human of engaging with GDPR law; the age of consent; corporate transparency and the many challenges of artificial intelligence.
Lastly, Gloria shares her thoughts on the theme she will be speaking about at the Anthropology + Technology Conference, fundamental rights of expression and the individuals affected, and her question to the social scientists in the room – who are the “normal” humans, how can we imagine them and give them rights in a meaningful way.
(A transcribed version of Gloria’s interview will be available on our website soon.)
Gloria’s publications (Google Scholar).
Gloria’s PhD, The Emergence of Personal Data Protection as a Fundamental Right of the EU.
Gloria’s blog: https://glgonzalezfuster.blog
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