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  • (2013). “All Information should be free”: Digital rights activists as news producers in the networked public sphere, ESF Exploratory Workshop “Mapping the digital news ecosystem”, Barcelona, 8-11 May 2013.
  • (2012). Discourse Networks on Access Blocking in France and Germany and the European Union, 7th GigaNet Annual Sympposium, 5 November 2012, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • (2012). Internet blocking Trends in Liberal Democracies: The Case of French and German Regulatory Debates, 2nd USENIX Free and Open Communications on the Internet Worksho, Bellevue, WA, August 6, 2012 (with Joss Wright)
  • (2012). Internet-based Campaigning at the EU level: An Analysis of How Decision-Makers Perceive Civil Society Mobilisations, eCampaigning forum, 20-22 March 2012, University of Oxford, UK
  • (2011). No-Three-Strikes, Yes to Net Neutrality: Distributed Campaigning and Digital Rights in the European Union, iCS symposium “A Decade in Internet Time”, 21-24 September 2011, Oxford Internet Institute, UK
  • (2011). Hacking the law: internet-rooted campaigning on intellectual property reform in the European Union, ECPR General Conference, 25-27 August 2011, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • (2011). Copy-riot: How Digital rights activists hack into European Union policy-making to defend civil rights in digital environments, IAMCR, 14-17 July 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • (2011). Collect, production and diffusion of political information online, No Data like Big Data, 3 march 2011, Université Libre de Brussels, Belgium
  • (2010). Gender in European Technopolitical Activism: An Exploratory Study, Panel “Quantity and Quality: Patterns of Female Engagement with ICTs”, IR 11.0: Sustainability, Participation, Action, October 22, 2010, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Opening European Union Policy-making: Networked Political Activism and the Continuation of Elitism in Competitive Democracy, IR 11.0: Sustainability, Participation, Action, October 22, 2010, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • (2010). Digital Network Repertoires and the Contentious Politics of Digital Copyright in France and the European Union, Internet, Politics, Policy: An Impact Assessment, Oxford Internet Institute, 16-17 September, 2010, Oxford, UK (with François Briatte)
  • (2010). Opening European Union Policy-making: Networked Political Activism and the Continuation of Elitism in Competitive Democracy, IAMCR, 18-22 July 2010, Braga, Portugal (with Nils Gustafsson)
  • (2010). Techno-political Activism as Counterpublic Spheres: The Internet as a Discursively Contested Terrain in NZ and France, ICA, 22-26 July 2010, Singapore (with Tessa J. Houghton)
  • (2010). Promoting openness by ‘patching’ European directives: Internet-based activism and EU telecommunications reform, Politics of Open Source Conference, 6-7 May, 2010, Amherst, MA.
  • (2009). Critique of the Democratic Potential of the Internet: A Review of Current Theory and Practice, Internet: Critical, Internet Research 10.0,7-10 October 2009, Milwaukee, WI, USA
  • Doctoral Colloquium, Internet Research 10.0, Internet: Critical, October 7, 2009, Milwaukee, WI, USA
  • (2009). Internet-based Protest in European Policy-making: Are Activists Becoming Lobbyists?, ECPR General Conference 2009, 10– 12 September 2009, Potsdam, Germany
  • (2009). Internet use by Transnational Advocacy Networks: A Case Study of the ‘No Software Patents’ Campaign, Poster presentation at the WebSci’09: Society On-Line, March 18-20, 2009, Athens, Greece
  • (2008). Participation in e-Society. A Review of Literature on Political Involvement, Democracy and ICT, Proceedings of the International Conference on e-Society, IADIS,  April 9-12, 2008,  Algarve, Portugal.

Selected to participate in the 2nd World Knowledge Dialogue Symposium Student Program, September 10-13, 2008, Crans-Montana, Switzerland


Book Review of Kierulf, A. and Rønning, H. (eds.), Freedom of Speech Abridged? Cultural, Legal and Philosophical Challenges, Nordicom, In International Journal of Communication, Vol 3

Book Review of Markham, A. R., Baym, N.K. (eds.), (2009). Internet inquiry: conversations about method, London, Sage, for the Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies (RCCS) at the University of San Francisco.


(2007). La démocratie en ligne : utopie ou réalité future? L’usage politique d’internet: approche générale et étude de cas, Mémoire de licence, ULB, Bruxelles.


Militantisme et Internet: Protester, influencer, hacker, présentation lors des REWICS, 3 mai 2011, Charleroi, Belgique.

(2010, November). Militantisme 2.0? Luttes citoyennes en ligne, La chronique de crise, Lige des droits de l’Homme, 141: 7-8

(2010).  Hacker la loi: activisme techno-politique en Europe, Journée de réfléxion “Clic démocaTIC”,  September 15, 2010, Brussels, Belgium

Member of the Commission “New Technologies”, Human Rights Ligue Belgium

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