DFF organises regular speaker series with experts that explore key issues in digital rights and strategic litigation. The first of these events was held in 2020 and examined the role of competition law in protecting digital rights. The second series in 2021 looked at challenges to the “digital welfare state”. The third series will run from November to December 2022 and will give an overview of central topics around racial and social justice impacted by digital technologies from an anti-colonial perspective.
17 November – 15 December 2022
DFF’s third Speaker Series will give an overview of central topics around racial and social justice impacted by digital technologies from an anti-colonial perspective. We will explore what we mean by anti-colonial tech, what the colonial roots of digital harm are, and how colonial structures and legacies play out in tech.
7 October – 1 December 2021
DFF’s second Speaker Series explored litigation against the so-called “digital welfare state”. This series of events will address pressing global issues such as the privatisation of social security, data-driven fraud detection, and dangerous assessment algorithms.
19 November – 10 December 2020
DFF’s first ever Speaker Series explored the key role of competition law in protecting digital rights and featured pre-eminent speakers Dr Niamh Dunne, Dr Miriam Buiten, Dr Konstantinos Stylianou, and Thomas Vinje. You can watch the full series online now.