Announcing the launch of website for the new UCD Centre for Digital Policy, established in collaboration with Microsoft.
The UCD Centre for Digital Policy at University College Dublin in the School of Information and Communication Studies is pleased to announce the launch of our new website: https://digitalpolicy.ie/
Our newly created Centre engages forward thinking research about the regulation of digital technologies that underpin all areas of society. Our website will showcase research deliverables and insights from the Centre including high quality academic publications, white papers, parliamentary submissions, media articles, workshops and meetings.
To celebrate the launch, we are pleased to highlight the recent blog by Dr Marco T Bastos, Ad Astra Fellow at UCD: Data Access and Disinformation: How the Politics of Deletion Benefits Influence.
The School of Information and Communication Studies offers Ireland’s first graduate programmes on digital policy. The MSc and Professional Certificate in Digital Policy aims to produce future professionals with a deep understanding of both theoretical and applied issues in digital policy. It is designed to support those in government with the skills and knowledge necessary to reflect on, develop and implement policies that will protect society and provide a relevant framework in which organisations can operate.
For further information on the launch of the centre please contact Assistant Professor Elizabeth Farries: firstname.lastname@example.org