Privacy and Surveillance
Hilden, J. (forthcoming): Am I my IP address’s keeper? Revisiting the boundaries of information privacy. The Information Society.
Hildén, J. (2016): The normative shift: Three paradoxes of information privacy. In Kramp et al: Politics, Civil Society and Participation: Media and Communications in a Transforming Environment. Bremen: edition lumière.
Hildén, J. (2015): Surveillance in the Age of Mobile Communications. In Karppinen, Ala-Fossi, Alén-Savikko, Hildén, Jääsaari, Lehtisaari & Nieminen: Kenen media?. Helsinki: Vastapaino. (Chapter in Finnish textbook on media & comm. policy research.)
Jääsaari, J. & Hilden, J. (2015): European Pirate Parties and the Politics of Communication: Research report on the project Communication rights in the 2014 European Election Campaign. Helsinki: Viestinnän tutkimuskeskus CRC, Helsingin yliopisto. (Media and Communication Studies Research Reports; no. 1)
Jääsaari, J. & Hilden, J. (2015): From File Sharing to Free Culture: The Evolving Agenda of European Pirate Parties. International Journal of Communication.
The Commission shapes the Internet: A study of the European Commission’s proposals for Directives and their impact on Internet rights and Internet governance in the European Union
2013, University of Helsinki
Master’s Thesis: 108 pages.
Public Service Broadcasting
Hildén, J. (2014): European Public Service Broadcasting Online: Services and Regulation.
Helsinki: Yle / University of Helsinki.
Report: 74 pages.
Whose privacy? Lobbying for the free flow of European personal data. AoIR 2016: Internet Rules!, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society and the Hans Bredow Institute for Media Research, 5-8 Oct 2016
Lobbying for and against the free flow of data: Interest groups in the legislative process of the General Data Protection Regulation. Making Social Knowledge: The 2nd Annual Conference of the Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences, University of Helsinki, 3 Dec 2015
The right to privacy and big data: lobbying efforts, policies and practices in the EU. European Media and Communication Doctoral Summer School 2015, University of Bremen, 2 Aug 2015 → 15 Aug 2015
Incompatible Perceptions of Privacy: Implications for Data Protection Regulation. Data Power Conference, University of Sheffield, 22 Jun 2015 → 23 Jun 2015
Am I my IP address’ keeper? FACE Conference European Media Policy 2015: New Contexts, New Approaches, University of Helsinki, 9 Apr 2015 → 10 Apr 2015
The Normative Shift of Privacy: Regulatory implications. BRESTOLON: Crisis, Consensus and Conflict: Understanding and theorizing social ordering and change, London School of Economics and Political Science, 7 May 2015 → 9 May 2015
European Union Media Policy: the “Digital Agenda” and Other Present Challenges. Joint Research Seminar: The Future of Media and Communication Policy Research, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 4 Jun 2015 → 5 Jun 2015
Den finlandssvenska journalistikens framtid (Public talk: discussant), 22 Sep 2014
Privacy and surveillance: EU/US policy gaps. Global Fusion Media Conference, University of Texas, 24 Oct 2014 → 26 Oct 2014
Pirate Policies for Privacy. Challenging Media Landscapes Conference, University of Salford, 17 Nov 2014 → 18 Nov 2014
The right to privacy and big data. Challenging Media Landscapes Conference, University of Salford, 17 Nov 2014 → 18 Nov 2014
Centre for Civil and Political Rights. May 2010 – August 2010 (4 months). Assessment of reports on human rights violations and NGO communications, based in Geneva.
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