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On the Legal Constitution of Social Data (Salome Viljoen, Michigan)

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In this episode, we are speaking with Salomé Viljoen, an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School, where she studies the information economy, particularly data about people and the automated systems that are trained on such data.

Salomé is interested in how information law structures inequality and how alternative legal arrangements might address that inequality.

We discuss the concept of privacy, creating a cohesive data framework and legal interests in the data landscape.

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