Author:Heather Ford

I've worked as a researcher, blogger, activist and strategist around issues of internet governance, online collaboration and open access for organisations including Creative Commons, iCommons, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Ushahidi and the Association for Progressive Communications. After finishing my PhD at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, I came to the School of Media and Communication at the University of Leeds where I hold a university fellowship position. My current work centres around issues relating to models for public participation in knowledge creation, authority and the power over representation in the age of the network, and participation by the data subject in digital research methodology.

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