Selected workshops and guest lectures Link to heading

Data Trusts: What could go wrong?. Online workshop ‘Understanding data intermediaries for more inclusive data governance’ organized by the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission. March 2023.

Is My Phone Listening to Me? A chat on privacy with NWC and Mozilla. Twitter Space chat organized by the National Whistleblower Center, March 2023. Recording available at

Qualitative Data Analysis. A crash course in qualitative coding. Online course at Mozilla. September 2021.

Civic data: From civic tech to alternative data governance. Online guest lecture at the University of Groningen. March 2020.

Mozilla‘s New Mission – New Chances for Internet Research?. Online lunch lecture at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI). September 2020.

I gave several guest lectures on Working at Mozilla (on how I started and what my work looks like), e.g. for Queensland University of Technology (October 2020) or Karlstad University (October 2020).

Leaking: Nur Strohfeuer, oder Ausdruck einer nachhaltigen Veränderung im Journalismus? (~Leaking: One hit wonders or expression of enduring changes in journalism?). “#krassmedial: Gute Daten, schlechte Daten”. Presentation at the workshop “#krassmedial: Gute Daten, schlechte Daten” organized by the German trade union ver.di, Berlin June 2018. Slides available at

Selected conference presentations Link to heading

Taking interdependencies seriously. The case of Mozilla’s entanglements with journalism. ECREA 2022, Aarhus.

‘Global, Networked and Collaborative’. How the normalization of leaking shaped the identity and practice of investigative journalism. AOIR 2019 conference, Brisbane.