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IONOS supports important documentary on digital democracy

IONOS is proud to support the groundbreaking work of award-winning journalist Nicole Scott. In her latest video series she explores digital democracy and our collective responsibility in shaping our digital future.

This four-part video series delves into the intricate web of forces that govern our online world, shedding light on the often-overlooked aspects of digital infrastructure, regulation, and the diverse agendas that shape our digital freedoms.

The digital revolution has not only sparked hope for freedom of expression and equal opportunities but also introduced complex challenges. Algorithms that shape our perspectives and social circles can be seen as a double-edged sword. They can help us connect with like-minded people and access information more easily. But they can also create echo chambers and limit our exposure to diverse viewpoints.

This series stands as a beacon guiding the path to understanding and awareness. True digital freedom isn’t so much about unregulated online behaviour. It’s about actively participating in shaping the digital world around us. This to ensure that it serves the public good, not just the interests of corporations or governments.

On this informative journey, Nicole Scott is accompanied by leading figures like IONOS‘ CTO and SAP’s Chief Futurist. Together they highlight the role of digital literacy, empowering us to reclaim our integrity and thrive with independence in the digital realm.

Watch the first episode now:

It’s more than just a series. It’s an opportunity to empower yourself with the knowledge and tools needed for informed decision-making about our digital future.

If you would like to contact us for statements, interviews and more background on digital democracy, open (source) technology, or sovereignty, please reach out to our Public Relations Team.

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