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V-DATA - The value of digital data: enhancing citizens' awareness and voice about surveillance capitalism

Goal: V-DATA project seeks to contribute to building a more balanced relation between citizens and surveillance capitalism processes, as well as the actors that govern them.
Specifically, on the one hand it seeks to filling the knowledge gap about Italian public opinion on dynamics and logics of surveillance capitalism, as well as on the risks of inequality and discrimination related to surveillance capitalism in Italy.
On the other hand, it seeks to raise the public awareness on these issues, thus potentially enhancing citizens’ ability to questioning these processes.

Methods: Computational Social Science, Qualitative Research, Social Survey, Brainstorming, Digital Methods

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Emma Garavaglia
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We have added new interesting outputs of the project on V-Data website, check it out!
 
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The article "Il valore dei dati digitali: uno studio sui lavoratori anziani in Italia" (The value of digital data: an exploration on older workers in Italy) is now out! The article is in Italian.
Nevertheless, if you would like to know more about our study, please get in touch!
The article is available here: https://t.co/9hxhs2jQ0k
 
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Alessandro Caliandro, @dariopizzul and @guidoanselmi are discussing the first results of our project at The 9th biennial Surveillance & Society conference of the Surveillance Studies Network (SSN), hosted by Erasmus University Rotterdam. Good luck guys!
 
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The V-DATA project website is online!
 
Emma Garavaglia
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V-DATA project seeks to contribute to building a more balanced relation between citizens and surveillance capitalism processes, as well as the actors that govern them.
Specifically, on the one hand it seeks to filling the knowledge gap about Italian public opinion on dynamics and logics of surveillance capitalism, as well as on the risks of inequality and discrimination related to surveillance capitalism in Italy.
On the other hand, it seeks to raise the public awareness on these issues, thus potentially enhancing citizens’ ability to questioning these processes.