The Economy of Death

The overwhelming amount of data produced during our physical life remains after our death, which raises questions regarding an afterlife presence of our digital lives. Should the principle of human dignity be applied to our digital remains? What ethical conventions do we have to establish to control the commercial interests in our informational bodies? A dialogue diving into the political, economical and ethical aspects of the following: our data is an extension of our lives, and therefore the dead live online forever.

Speakers

Carl Öhman

Oxford Internet Institute

Speakers to be Announced