www.attentionfair.com is now www.wedonotaccept.com

We do not accept –  A movement about data-ownership and data sharing.

 

There is a difference between the physical and the digital. In the physical world, we understand the rules. We have the intuition to detect when conditions are unfair or when the power is unbalanced. In the digital world, we lack that intuition.

 

In the physical world, we also understand our identity. We know when to be a friend, a professional, a student, a child, or a parent, and we know how to choose which one for each situation. In the digital world, we do not understand our identity in the same way. Instead, our identity got determined by companies and institutions, composted by data and algorithms.

 

The movement consists of various projects, experiments, games, talks, and presentations – to create awareness of the impact of digitalization on society. By making the complexity of information technology understandable for everybody, we can move towards truth data-ownership so that we can choose who knows what about us.

 

Instead of just clicking agreed / next / permission / OK / accept to every button that pop-up.

 

Don’t just accept it, let’s take control.

A project by Artist & Design Researcher Julia Janssen

Podcast

Achter de Klik

Behind the Click

Podcast (Dutch)

 

Julia Janssen takes you one journey behind the surface of the Internet. Because what happens on the other side of the screen when you click? The online universe has a lot to offer. But what price do we pay for access?

 

Listen and follow on your favorite podcast app! or watch on YouTube

Spotify

Apple Podcast

#1  Klik hier om door te gaan / Click here to continue

 

Introduction and informed consent

 

With Kahtalijne Buitenweg, Member of the Dutch Parliament and vice-chairman of GroenLinks / The Green Left.

#2  Wij hechten veel waarde aan uw privacy / We really care about your privacy

 

Privacy concerns and associated values

 

With Marleen Stikker,  Internet pioneer and founder of Waag – institute for technology and society.

#3  Door onze dienst te gebruiken / By using our service

 

Privacy as byproduct and choices

 

With Ruben Verborgh,  Professor decentralized webtechnology and teammember at Solid

#4  Wij verzamelen informatie over jou / We collect information about you

 

Data and more data

 

With Haroon Sheikh, senior reseacher at WRR - wetenschappelijke raad voor regeringsadvies

scientific council for government policy

#5  Om onze dienst te verbeteren / To improve our services

 

Innovation and Internet 'users'

 

With Jos van Dijk, Joyce Baars and Marc Carton, I-Interim Rijk IT government agency of the Ministry of the Interior

 

This episode is made for the I-Interim Rijk Conference

'Achter de click' is on a summer break! The next episode will come in August.

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Jan - Sept 2020

 

With a Pionier Grant from SIDN funds for Innovation and Internet projects, Janssen is working on an artistic research about information and identity.

 

More information soon!

non-discimination by design

Aug 2020 - March 2021

 

Developing principles for ethical Ai. Commissioned by the Dutch Government.

 

The principles will be developed by a small team of lawyers, data-scientist and political scientists – under the direction of Bart van der Sloot.

 

Julia Janssen will take part as the designer of the principles and publication of the research.

New & in development

News

NPO radio 1 - Spraakmakers

November 19-29, 2019

0.0146 seconds

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!

 

‘0.0146 seconds’ is a collective read out loud performance in which everybody can participate – An act against the exploitation mechanics of the data economy. For the sake of control over personal information

 

#IDoNotAccept

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

Next up:  Into The Great Wide Open

August 25 -26, 2020

Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam

Become part of this artwork: Book a timeslot for this session

Status on February 28, 2020: 186 readers. page 159/826

Due COVID-19, a lot of reading performances got canceled or postponed. We hope to continue as soon as possible. Check the agenda for coming events.

Agenda

/ June 25, 2020 Lecture and performance

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

/ April 2, 2020 (postponed: Covid-19) > December 1st, 2020 / performance and live experiment

0.0146 seconds / Risk Event - ISACA, Spant – Bussum

/ May 7-9, 2020 (postponed: Covid-19) new date TBA / exhibition / performance

0.0146 seconds / TUMULTINGENT, De Krook, Ghent

/ May 30-31, 2020 (postponed: Covid-19) > May 2021 / exhibition

0.0146 seconds / Lentekabinet Festival, Amsterdam

/ July 1, 2020 / exhibition / performance  (postponed: Covid-19)

0.0146 seconds / FutureLab Toekomstverkenning: ‘De informatiehuishouding van het Rijk in 2030’ (Ministry of Education, Culture and Science) - Nieuwspoort, The Hague

/ TBA / performance and presentation

0.0146 seconds / Fixing The Internet: Data Sharing is caring, Freedomlab Campus – Amsterdam

/ Aug 27-30, 2020 / Presentation

0.0146 seconds and Achter de klik / Into The Great Wide Open, Vlieland > Magazine & online

/ date TBA / exhibition / performance

0.0146 seconds/ Into The Great Wide Open, Vlieland > Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam

/ Oct 17-25, 2020 / exhibition

Driving Dutch Design / Dutch Design Week 2020

Other projects

data stocks

Research and system on the monetary value of personal data

The Attention Fair Installation

Games, visualizations and experiments about the monetary value of personal data

A project by Julia Janssen

Studio Julia Janssen

[Art / Design & Research]

{Technology / Data & Identity}

 julia-janssen.nl

privacy policy

We do not accept –  A movement about  data-ownership and data sharing.

 

The movement consists of various projects, experiments, games, talks, and presentations – to create awareness of the impact of digitalization on society. By making the complexity of information technology understandable for everybody, we can move towards truth data-ownership so that we can choose who knows what about us.

 

Instead of just clicking agreed / next / permission / OK / accept to every button that pop-up.

 

Don’t just accept it, let’s take control.