0.0146 seconds | We do Not Accept

In one-click, 0.0146 seconds, you accept 835 privacy policies.


It will take hundreds of hours to read all these conditions. An inhumane difference to the 0.0146 seconds in which you thoughtlessly clicked agree - An inhumane task for a single person to read this all. So let's do it together!

An act against the exploitation mechanics of the data economy for the sake of control and ownership of data.


We take time to read, because it’s about time we no longer just accept. It’s time to demonopolize the Internet. It’s time to end data slavery. It’s time that I get control over my data.


Don’t just accept it. Read with us!


Status on February 28, 2020.


             186 readers. page 159


For 6-12 months (until all 835 policies are read and recorded), the 0.0146 seconds radio-studio travels to different locations and events. Please contact me if you would like to host an exhibition or want to participate as a reader.

attention // agenda

March 26, 2020 | exhibition / performance

0.0146 seconds / I-Interim Rijk – Dutch Ministry of Interior and Kingdom relations – Maarssen

May 7-9, 2020 | exhibition / performance

0.0146 seconds / TUMULTINGENT, De Krook, Ghent

May 1-3, 2020 | exhibition / performance

0.0146 seconds / Here Comes The Summer Festival, Vlieland

attention // news

Dutch Data Protection Authority

(Autoriteit Persoonsgevens)


In December 2019, I was honored to visit Aleid Wolfsen, chairman of the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) with the One-Click book and talk about the 0.0146 project. During this meeting, I pointed out the following:


Article 6 of the GDPR states: "The Data Subject has given consent to the processing of his or her personal data for one or more specific purposes." Better known as: 'giving informed consent.' This article declares that almost everything is permitted, given its (clear and unparadoxical) described in the privacy policy and a visitor has clicked on a button that says 'agree,' 'understand,' 'OK' or 'accept.'


But what does 'giving informed consent' mean, when one click on 'got it' means 835 times Permission? When 0.0146 seconds equals hundreds of hours reading conditions?


New project in development



Wit a Pionier Grant from SIDN fund for Innovation and Internet Projects, I'll be working the coming months on a new research project about information and identity.

everything about The Attention Fair

Do You Whatsapp with friends? Instagram memorable moments? Binge-watch series on Netflix? Snapchat pictures with bunny ears? Browse the web? Use Google Maps? Track your running progress with an application? Of course, you do. You love the Internet and the opportunities it has created. As do I.


However, using these services require something in return. Something easy not to notice or consider. You pay forthem, with data. It seems a logical exchange; service for data. But since the amount of data you produce is ballooning and the details and intimacy in this information increasing, so is  the power of big-tech companies....




Product // you, me and everybody that produces data: We are the product of the internet economy.


Ingredients // all the types of data a product produces: ‘partner,’ ‘locations,’ income,’ ‘lose weight’ etc.


Data stock // the system that calculates the value of data, inspired by the stock exchange: The cost of information fluctuates based on behavior, conditions, and characteristics.


identity & terminology


As a person, you have a particular way of responding to advertisements. You’ve got an opinion about politics or sustainability. You’ve got a social status; You are engaged, divorced, dating, not married yet, or you do not believe in marriage. You have a career, financial situation, and a health condition. It might not seem of great importance to you if you have rodents, cats, dogs, or no pets at all. However, for the data industry, these details are of great value.


data stocks


The Attention Fair conconsist of multiple experiments, all giving insights into particulair subjects within this reserach project.



show that you care about the future of data ownershp!



/ general project advise: stëfan Schafer

/ programming: josh kowarsky

/ text editing and communication: anne sophie vrolijk

/ sound design: emile lagarde

/ privacy policy: hidde bruinsma

/ personal assistent: julia van de vendel

/ advise: anouk ruhaak – freelance data journalist and software developer

/ advise: xander bouwman – cybersecurity

/ advise: charan van krevel – PhD international economics

/ advise: bart van der sloot – institute for information law


and many more...




The Attention Fair. is developed in about 15 months of research, experimentation, developing, learning, prototyping, thinking and designing.



play with data


the value of your data



gamble with privacy

make a privacy statement


This project is financially supported by the Grant for Talent Development, Creative Fund NL and the Pionier grand from SIDN fund, for Innovation and Internet.



explore the future of your data







A project initiated, developed, designed and executed by Julia Janssen.


Studio Julia Janssen

[Art / Design & Research]

{Technology / Data & Identity}



privacy policy


Data Sharing Days | January 27, 2020

De Toekomstbouwers | October 22, 2019

Volkrant | October 25, 2019

NPO radio 1 | October 21, 2019

Editie NL | October 21, 2019

Trouw | November 2, 2019

New project in development



Wit a Pionier Grant from SIDN fund for Innovation and Internet Projects, I'll be working the coming months on a new research project about information and identity.