Loes Derks van de Ven


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Bits of Freedom

Bits of Freedom is a nonprofit organization concerned with the protection of digital human rights. For Bits of Freedom I wrote a series of articles, based on chapters of my thesis, on the way in which the privacy movement expresses dissent.


Introduction

  

Meeting the Privacy Movement

In 2013-2015 I made a snapshot of the Berlin-based privacy movement. Join me over the next few weeks and find out how these privacy activists operate, organize, and express dissent.

Whistleblowing

  

The Privacy Movement and Dissent: Whistleblowing

In 2013-2015 I made a snapshot of the Berlin-based privacy movement. Join me in exploring how privacy activists use whistleblowing as an expression of dissent and why whistleblowers take up a special place within the movement.

Art

  

The Privacy Movement and Dissent: Art

In 2013-2015 I made a snapshot of the Berlin-based privacy movement. Join me in exploring the correlation between art, activism, and the privacy movement.

Protest

  

The Privacy Movement and Dissent: Protest

In 2013-2015 I made a snapshot of the Berlin-based privacy movement. Join me in this last article of the series and find out how the privacy movement uses protest as an expression of dissent.

EDRI

EDRi is an association of European organizations that defend digital human rights. An edited version of the series on the privacy movement is published on their website.


EDRI

  

Dissent in the privacy movement: whistleblowing, art and protest

This is the first blogpost of a series, originally published by EDRi member Bits of Freedom, that explains how the activists of a Berlin-based privacy movement operate, organise, and express dissent. The series is inspired by a thesis by Loes Derks van de Ven, which describes the privacy movement as she encountered it from 2013 to 2015.

De Focus

De Focus is an online research platform of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. It offers young researchers a place to share their academic work. In September 2017, the Berlin chapter of my thesis will appear as an article on their website.