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Transatlantic Seminar on Consumer Law, Technology and Inequality: Big Tech, Consumers and Inequality

Transatlantic Seminar on Consumer Law, Technology and Inequality: Big Tech, Consumers and Inequality

On 20 April 2022, 4:00 pm (CEST) Commissioner Margrethe Vestager will speak as a panelist at the Transatlantic Seminar on Consumer Law, Technology and Inequality.
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Technologies of Deception

Technologies of Deception

On March 25 Przemysław Pałka will workshop the draft "Mental Costs" paper, presenting preliminary results of the project, at Yale's "Technologies of Deception" Conference.
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Consumer Law Scholars Conference 2022

Consumer Law Scholars Conference 2022

Przemysław Pałka is on his way to Boston MA, where on March 3 he’ll be workshopping the draft "Mental Costs" paper.
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Geopolitics of European AI

Geopolitics of European AI

On February 25, 4 p.m. CEST, Przemysław Pałka will speak as a panelist at the AI GOVERNANCE VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM The Geopolitics of European Al event organized by Yale University and Georgetown University
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Are Targeted Ads a Bubble?

Are Targeted Ads a Bubble?

[ENGLISH ONLY] The Internet runs on ads. Ads pay for the operations of Google and Facebook, and a lot of other stuff, including journalism. You might dislike them, but they’re really important. However, what if they’re just one, huge bubble; a scam waiting to fall apart like the subprime mortgage derivatives back in 2008?
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