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Associate professor at Télécom ParisTech and research associate at CERSA (CNRS-Paris 2). His research focuses on digital sociology and online political practices, the digital political economy, and transformations of the public sphere.
He has published contributions on the history of the Internet, its underlying political ideologies and forms of collective (self-)organisation, and related issues of digital liberties. His recent work explores online self-justice or ‘digital vigilantism’, understood both as a form of social control and political action. He has also investigated governance mechanisms of decentralized platforms such as Bitcoin.
Some of his prior research projects include studies of peer-to-peer production (P2Pvalue European project), dynamics of international news flows (Geomedia) and topologies of online diasporas (e-Diasporas Atlas).