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The internet and new technologies present equally new ethical dilemmas: Should we use automated decision-making systems that are incompressible to the people they effect? How should our personal data be handled after our deaths? To what degree can firms and states use our data to make inferences about our activities and wants?

Our researchers work at the forefront of internet ethics. Our projects tackle both theoretical questions – like the possibility of explaining complex ‘black-box’ algorithms – and more practical ones – like the content of a new European ethical code for post-humous medical data donation.

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