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Thursday, June 13 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Political Ads on Social Networks: Tearing the curtains of opacity

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At the beginning of the session, each member of the organizations will present (in 10 minutes) the advances in their research on political advertising in social networks according to points of contact to facilitate the subsequent exchange: 1) Analysis methodology implemented. 2) Obstacles in the investigation of electoral advertising in social networks. 3) Cooperation with the public and private sector: if it happened and how it happened. In the following part of the session, the moderator will summarize the state of affairs and invite the attendees to share questions and proposals to continue moving forward in the research and transparency of political advertising on social networks. We would also like to have the participation of the platforms where these practices take place. We´ll try to manage those invitations successfully before the session, but we still can not confirm them. We expect participants to adopt a proactive mindset towards sharing their own experiences and points of view in this field.

Moderators
avatar for Leandro Ucciferri

Leandro Ucciferri

Policy Analyst, Asociación por los Derechos Civiles
I'm a lawyer, policy analyst and researcher working at the Association for Civil Rights (ADC in Spanish), a not-for-profit, independent, NGO founded in 1995, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. My work focuses mostly on privacy issues. https://leandro.im

Speakers
avatar for Bruna Santos

Bruna Santos

Policy and Advocacy analyst, Coding Rights
I have a BA in Law and work as a Policy and Advocacy analyst at Coding Rights, with a special focus on Data Protection, Human Rights in the Digital Age and Internet Governance. Additionally, I also hold the position of Chair of the Non-Commercial Users Constituency (NCUC) at ICAN... Read More →
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Nathalie Maréchal

Senior research analyst, Ranking Digital Rights
Corporate transparency & accountability; surveillance capitalism; targeted advertising business models; artificial intelligence & human rights
avatar for Varoon Bashyakarla

Varoon Bashyakarla

Data Scientist, Tactical Tech
Varoon Bashyakarla is a data scientist at the Tactical Technology Collective, a Berlin-based NGO that works globally at the intersection of civil society and technology. For the past two years, he has been studying how personal data is becoming a political asset, influencing elections... Read More →
avatar for Natalia Zuazo

Natalia Zuazo

Associate Investigator, ADC
Political scientist specialized in tecnology. Journalist & author (Guerras de internet + Los dueños de internet). Associate investigator at ADC Argentina. Director of SALTO technnopolitical agency.


Thursday June 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:45am
Elyssa (Laico)

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