Privacy

Meghan Markle

The shift in the celebrity image of Meghan Markle

Paper
Tessa Willemsen
16/12/2021
15 minutes to read

An analysis of Meghan Markle and the shift in her image from being part of the royal family to deciding to take a step back. 

a.s.r Vitality Application

Step, track, shop, repeat: how an insurance company motivates clients to stay healthy

Video
Lily Francois
19/11/2021

The video explores how the a.s.r. Vitality app communicates societal health norms and how important notions in Michel Foucault’s work - the panopticon, social hygiene and care of the self - are applied to this phenomenon. 

Coronamelder app

The CoronaMelder app: an internalized violation of privacy?

Paper
Ilse van Knegsel
08/11/2021
13 minutes to read

CoronaMelder is a hot topic, but the Dutch are not very willing to use the COVID tracking application. Is this because of privacy violations or do we not care about our privacy anymore?

Digital Privacy

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Can we still have privacy in the digital age? What should be done by our governments and what can we do as citizen's in this digital world? Read all about it in this new Diggit File.

WiFi tracking: a violation of privacy?

Article
Simone Sprangers
15/10/2021
12 minutes to read

Earlier this year, the Dutch Data Protection Authority fined Enschede for allegedly violating the privacy of its citizens by using WiFi tracking. How is the Enschede WiFi tracking case related to the larger debate about privacy?

A phone screen showing the Tiktok app icon

Tiktok's privacy paradox

Article
Marieke Weeda
18/10/2021
8 minutes to read

Privacy on Tiktok is something that has been subject to many controversies and lawsuits, but paradoxically their usage of accurate data for hyper-personalization is by many users also greatly appreciated.

digital vigilantism

Digital Vigilantism

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Digital vigilantism relates to a public that unites on virtual networks and puts in a joined effort, or crowdsources, in order to find justice.