The dctp.tv video team found themselves a temporary home in our main hall during the re:publica 2017. Journalist Philip Banse and his video team invited speakers to join them in their #rp17 studio for a talk. Besides the French “experience designer” Nelly Ben Hayoun, who presented and explained some of her works, senior public prosecutor Andreas May, head of the cybercrime division of the Frankfurt am Main public prosecutor’s office, was also a guest. In his interview with Banse, he spoke about investigations in the darknet. Cognitive scientist Elisabeth Wehling also stopped by for a conversation. In her video, she explains the principle of framing and why facts only take on meaning for us after they have been framed in a context.
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