Publications

On April, 4th the first Belgian Legal Design Jam took place at ICRI, as part of the EMSOC project. The Jam was led by the Italian designer Stefania Passera, researcher…

EMSOC participated at the “Online risicocgedrag van kinderen & downloaders van kinderporno” studiedag organized by the b-ccentre. Verónica Donoso (EMSOC) and Sofie Vandoninck (KUL) led an interactive session aimed at…

Legal Design Jam

21 mrt 2014 /

The EMSOC research project is organizing an exciting and intensive hands-on Legal Design Jam at ICRI on April, 4th (10-14h). The jam is provided in collaboration with the LLM Research…

On 6 December 2013 the EMSOC workshop “Transparency in social media” took place in Leuven. This international workshop was organised by the Interdisciplinary Centre of Law and ICT (ICRI) of…

In their article “Rhetorical Analysis of Literary Culture in Social Reading Platforms” Joachim Vlieghe and Kris Rutten present a case study of the discourse surrounding literary phenomena that are emerging…

In this paper, the first step of a Participatory Design project on combating (cyber)bullying is presented (Van Mechelen, Slegers, De Grooff, 2013). The goal of the project is to provide…

During the ‘For Your Eyes Only’ conference on the 29th and the 30th of November in Brussels, many possible strategies to cope with privacy and security needs in online social…

On the 29th and 30th of November 2012, the Flemish IWT research projects SPION and EMSOC organized the “For Your Eyes Only”-conference. Since the rise of online social networks, privacy…

This paper presents the valorisation approach used within the EMSOC research project to disseminate and build upon the research findings amongst respectively together with relevant societal stakeholders. The EMSOC project aims at investigating the extent to which users are empowered or disempowered within a social media culture.

On the 18th of November 2011, the Social Media Network of the European Commission organized an internal workshop inviting social media experts in order to discuss the impact of new…