NEW : This time I talk with João Carlos Magalhães, postdoctoral researcher in the project Platform Governance and Copyright in Berlin (formerly
LSE), about the datafication of welfare systems around the world... And what it would mean if Facebook could create a worldwide currency.

👉 bmstudios.org/2020-06-joao-car

The 3rd episode of is here.

This time I explain the reason why is a mainstream idea. This is much bigger than that. We need to start talking with the right terminology: This is about &

invidio.us/watch?v=OB7WpVT9qis

What's the core problem with technological disruption? I believe one way this core problem is manifesting itself is through . They're not the root, but we're seeing a new world order based on social behavior.
Watch the latest : youtube.com/watch?v=_0_xYdyUc9

Invidious doesn't seem to work these days. And my peertube account has reached it's limit... So I'm forced to share a YouTube link...

Here's the full interview: youtube.com/watch?v=lFI5fYmuyp

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NEW EPISODE of : This time I talk with the legendary Marta Peirano (Spanish author and researcher) about , revolutions, technology and power, in our search to define the core problem with technological disruption and potential solutions.

You can watch the full conversation here: bmstudios.org/2020-05-marta-pe

Alright, the 2nd episode of is here.

This time I explain where we are with the conversation ignited by the interviews from ... It's an introduction to the root of the problem with technological disruption and potential solutions.

Link: youtube.com/watch?v=_0_xYdyUc9

I'm having problems publishing videos online... I used a peertube, but I have a quota of 5GB (it said it didn't). And now invidious is blocking my videos...

Does anyone have a solution to this?

@humanetech

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NEW EPISODE of : This time I talk with Lina Dencik, Co-Founder/Director of the Data Justice Lab. We talk about in the workplace, and social justice, and how we're constantly being rated. Full interview here: bmstudios.org/2020-05-lina-den

I have started to make short videos to compress all the knowledge from interviews.

I'll release one of these videos every week to keep you updated on how the conversation evolves with the interviews.

Keeping up-to-date with all the interviews is time consuming. Sometimes you might just miss one or two. That's why I'm making these videos.

I hope you find this useful (if you don't, please let me know!)

Here's the first one: nocensoring.net/videos/watch/9

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@borjamoya At the end of the video you're asking Ulises Mejios who to interview in the future. I'd say @kattascha will be an excellent interview partner.

Apart from that, I was surprised to learn that Spanish people start liking the Chinese way of controlling people.

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@borjamoya hey Borja, that's really interesting content that you produced. I'm viewing your interviews, e.g.
youtube.com/watch?v=HSlDRe1gVY

Thank you very much.

#datadictatorships #datacolonialism #surveillancecapitalism

NEW EPISODE of : This time I talk with Raul Gallego Abellan, the award-winning filmmaker and video journalist who has covered some revolutionary events. In particular, we talk about the 2019 . Here's the full interview: bmstudios.org/2020-05-raul-gal

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: A couple of weeks ago @borjamoya talked with Nick Couldry, co-author of The Costs of Connection and a Professor at LSE, about data colonialism and how every aspect of the human experience is being colonized. This is much bigger than surveillance capitalism. Full interview here: invidio.us/watch?v=Rk-yC9DF3mE

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@datarebels @borjamoya this is once again a _very_ interesting interview, Borja, thank you for sharing with the :)

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NEW EPISODE of : This time @borjamoya talks with George Lawson, author of Anatomies of Revolution and a Professor of International Relations at ANU & LSE, about what makes revolutions work. This is a critical conversation that will help us prevent the rise of . Full interview 👉 invidio.us/watch?v=7MdfYWz-KNk

NEW EPISODE : This time I talk with Nick Couldry, co-author of The Costs of Connection and a Professor at LSE, about data colonialism and how every aspect of the human experience is being colonized. This is much bigger than surveillance capitalism. Full interview in the comments. Here's the trailer 👇

invidio.us/watch?v=iIU2XIjXhes

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