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Hanna Schraffenberger


Hanna Schraffenberger is a creative researcher working on how digitalization affects society. In particular, she focused on privacy- and security-enhancing technologies, deceptive design and online manipulation, as well as AI-supported decision-making. She conducts playful hands-on research where the creation of proof of concepts and interactive artifacts plays a central role in identifying questions and obtaining knowledge. She is an Assistant Professor at Radboud University’s Digital Security group and is affiliated with Radboud’s interdisciplinary research hub on digitalization and society called iHub. In addition, she also volunteers as a usability engineer at the Privacy by Design Foundation. To learn more about Hanna, visit:

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