I am an associate researcher at Center Internet et Société du CNRS and post-doctoral fellow at La Quadrature du Net , an advocacy group dedicated to the defense of rights and freedoms in the context of computerization.

My research blends political history and theory, law as well as media and technology studies to look at the political history of the Internet and computing, power practices like surveillance and censorship, the algorithmic governmentality of the public sphere, and more broadly the digital transformation of the state and of the security field. He is a founding member of La Quadrature du Net, an advocacy group dedicated to the defense of civil rights in relation to digital technologies.


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