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Taking Back the Web

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Dublin Institute of Technology

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'Taking Back the Web: Participation, panic, power – public and private'

The second annual conference of the Centre for Critical Media Literacy at Dublin Institute of Technology will feature an opening keynote address by veteran Irish journalist and broadcaster Vincent Browne, responses from artist and activist Grace Dyas and others, and presentations by a wide range of national and international thinkers.

With societies experiencing a widespread loss of trust in ‘surveillance capitalism’, how can a genuinely critical media literacy help to analyse and transform the relationship between personal and civic data and corporate profit? What alternatives — social, political, economic and technological — already exist, and what further innovations can we generate?

Papers will be presented from various disciplines, with themed panels ranging from children's digital rights to the radical potentials that may still exist in online media. The conference is hosted by the School of Media, DIT.

A full programme is available on our website. Please note that this ticket covers the full conference, including coffees and lunch. For those wishing to attend only the opening evening session, a limited number of separate free tickets will be available shortly.

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