Michael Veale

Associate Professor, UCL
Dr Michael Veale
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Dr Michael Veale is Associate Professor in digital rights and regulation at University College London's Faculty of Laws. His research focusses on how to understand and address challenges of power and justice that digital technologies and their users create and exacerbate, in areas such as privacy-enhancing technologies and machine learning. This work is regularly cited by legislators, regulators and governments, and Dr Veale has consulted for a range of policy organisations includingthe Royal Society and British Academy, the Law Society of England and Wales, the European Commission, the Commonwealth Secretariat. Dr Veale holds a PhD from UCL, a MSc from Maastricht University and a BSc from LSE. He tweets at @mikarv.

Sessions

Fight the Power! Data Rights and Social Justice in the Platform Economy

Jill Toh, Michael Veale, Gloria González Fuster, Jef Ausloos, Anton Ekker

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Do you rely on an online platform to earn money, whether it is through creating content or driving around people, delivering food or groceries? Or are you a user who wishes to help scrutinise platforms to foster more just conditions? Join this hands-on workshop with others who share your concerns and learn how data rights can help reclaim power.
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