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Weizenbaum meets re:publica

This week, the festival for the digital society is once again taking place in Berlin. Weizenbaum researchers are also taking part with lectures and on panels.

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Doxing: Fury or Fright?

Doxing has serious consequences for the victims. In his presentation on 5 June 2024, Jason Thatcher introduces his study, in which he examines doxing and its impact on victims' civic participation.

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Weizenbaum Conference 2024

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17:30 Uhr - 20:00 Uhr | Weizenbaum-Institut, Hardenbergstraße 32, 10623 Berlin

Distinguished Lecture

Fury or Fright? Doxing and its Effects on Victims’ Civic Participation

Doxing is the malicious disclosure of personal information to influence societal and political discourses. This has serious consequences for the victims. Since there are few studies on the perspective of the victims, Jason Thatcher presents his study, which takes this perspective into account.


18:00 Uhr - 19:30 Uhr | digital

Weizenbaum Forum

Europawahl 2024: Die Rolle sozialer Medien im digitalen Wahlkampf

Nach der Europawahl 2024 stellt das Weizenbaum-Forum die Rolle sozialer Medien im digitalen Wahlkampf in den Mittelpunkt. Mit unseren Gästen diskutieren wir darüber, wie Parteien ihre Social-Media-Strategien gestaltet haben, welche Themen die Debatten dominierten, ob es gelungen ist, diese auf…

17.06.2024 - 18.06.2024

Silent Green Kulturquartier in Berlin

Weizenbaum Conference

Weizenbaum Conference 2024: Uncertain journeys into digital futures

The Weizenbaum Institute is organizing its sixth Annual Conference: “Uncertain journeys into digital futures: Inter- and transdisciplinary research for mitigating wicked societal and environmental problems”. The conference will take place at Silent Green Kulturquartier in Berlin from 17 to 18 June…

23.09.2024 - 26.09.2024

Berlin, detailed information on location and schedule will follow soon


PhD Summer School 2024: Gender, AI and Inclusive Work

The summer school is a joint project between the Weizenbaum Institute and FES Future of Work and takes place annually. The number of places is limited to a maximum of 16 PhD students from Social Science or related disciplines. The selection of participants is based on peer review and the excellence…

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