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A speculative framework for auditability in online behavioural tracking and advertising mechanisms (Faranak Hardcastle) & When home falls apart: long-distance nationalism and diaspora responses to the crisis in South Sudan (Rachel Ayrton) Seminar

Origin: 
Economic, Social and Political Sciences
Time:
13:00 - 14:00
Date:
22 February 2018
Venue:
University of Southampton Building 58, Room 2097 Southampton

For more information regarding this seminar, please email Dr Anita Lavorgna at A.Lavorgna@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

A speculative framework for auditability in online behavioural tracking and advertising mechanisms - Farank Hardcastle (PhD student) When home falls apart: long-distance nationalism and diaspora responses to the crisis in South Sudan - Rachel Ayrton (PhD student)

Speaker information

Faranak Hardcastle ,PhD student, University of Southampton

Rachel Ayrton,PhD student, University of Southampton

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