This week’s episode of The Encrypted Economy, our guests are Jennifer Cobbe from the University of Manchester and Dr. Heleen Janssen from the University of Amsterdam. We discuss what effective legal frameworks would look like in the face of rapidly changing technologies and changing interdependencies among people. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more coverage of the innovations in blockchain and legal questions that arise from them.
· Jennifer and Heleen’s Background
· Introducing the Concept of Figuration
· How do we Consider Figuration Analysis in a Digital Age?
· Role of Balances of Power in Figuration Analysis
· Challenges With Implementing Figuration Analysis
· How Does Current Regulation Fail to Contemplate Figuration?
· Discussing Personal Data Storage
· Discussing Jennifer and Heleen’s Paper on Data Protection
· How do we Ensure Collective Interests are Represented?
· Closing Thoughts on the Philosophy of Law
· Heleen’s Professor Profile
· Jennifer’s Website
· Personal data ordering in context: the interaction of meso-level data governance regimes with macro frameworks
· Personal information management systems: a user-centric privacy utopia?
· The concept of figuration or configuration in Norbert Elias’ sociological theory
· TEE – Thomas Dittmar, founder of Polypoly
· Data protection and tech startups: The need for attention, support, and
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