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Glocal Digital Infrastructures: Upcoming lectures

Join the last two lectures in the CCC Lecture Series on Glocal Digital Infrastructures

For the spring of 2017, CCC has organised a lecture series on Glocal Digital Infrastructures: Risk, Control and Ownership. The lecture series is adressed at students and faculty at UCPH as well as anyone else interested in the subject.

GOVERNING INFRASTRUCTURES: The state and digital infrastructures
Kim Normann Andersen, professor, CBS

2 May 2017 at 14:01-16:00
Southern Campus - room 27.0.17

Kim Normann Andersen’s research focuses on implementation and impacts of technologies in government such as robots, online communication, self-service, social media. His lecture broadly touches on relations between the state and digital infrastructures.

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VALUES in INFRASTRUCTURES: Dataethichs – the new competitive advantage
Pernille Tranberg, Data Ethics Advisor and Co-founder of

30 May 2017 at 14:01-16:00
Southern Campus - room 15A.0.13

Why it is smart to control the personal data of your clients for the benefit of the clients and yourself? In this lecture you will get examples of data ethic companies, advantages and disadvantages as well as consumer trends in relation to privacy. Pernille Tranberg is data ethics advisor with her own company and she is the co-founder of, a non-profit ThinkDoTank that works to promote data ethical products and services. She’s the co-author of “DataEthics: The new Competitive Advantage”.

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Sendt d. 28 April 2017