This paper brought me closer to the concept of attention economy, and made into an activist against this practice.
This paper offers a more ethical alternative to social media such as Facebook, that relies on peer to peer fact checking, while caring about the environment.
This paper focuses on unhealthy practices of product placement from Instagram influencers, who promote harmful products to their young followers.
In this paper, I discuss the case study of phones ban in French schools and compare it with the bigger problem of shorter attention spans, also because of attention economy practices.
Can attention economy ever be good? I discuss this in the context of the renewal of the famous TV series "Brooklyn 99" thanks to "celebrity twitter" uproar.
In this paper I reflect on the disruptive nature of the platform (or gig) economy, and on its effect on workers and their work conditions.
What is the threat of a more pervasive state of surveillance, if more security can be granted? In this short paper I try to evaluate whether the need of a sense of security can ever outweigh individuals' privacy.
At a time in which many of the things we read online are fabricated news, can we trust the emergence of deepfakes? In this paper I argue that they constitute the fifth phase of the simulacra, following Baudrillard's theories.