- Digital well-being, digital overuse
- Online privacy, surveillance, chilling effects, and algorithmic selection
- Digital inequality in Internet use, skills, and attitudes
- Computational and comparative methodology
- Digital well-being: theory and empirical evidence
- The harms and benefits of digital traces
- The chilling effects of digital surveillance and profiling
- A critique of computational communication science
- Smartphone pervasiveness and school performance
- Measuring Internet skills
Selected recent and upcoming presentations
Approaching socio-digital inequalities from a global perspective, Research Dialogue
at the Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science.
Perceptions of algorithmic profiling on social media . Digital Inequalities and Emerging Technologies: Regimes, Spaces and Imaginaries, ICA Post-Conference, with Lutz C, Fosch Villaronga E, Tamò-Larrieux A, Velidi S and Viljoen S.
Computational Communication Science, Research Colloquium at the Department of Communication and Media Research, University of Zurich
Perceived Digital Overuse, Center for Information Technology, Society, and Law [podcast]