Wagner, Ben, Matthias C. Kettemann, Kilian Vieth, and Susannah Montgomery. 2024. Research Handbook on Human Rights & Digital Technology: Global Politics, Law & International Relations. Second Edition. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. Cite
Wagner, Ben, Vincent de Gooyert, and Wijnand Veeneman. 2023. “Sustainable Development Goals as Accountability Mechanism? A Case Study of Dutch Infrastructure Agencies.” Journal of Responsible Technology 14:100058. doi: 10.1016/j.jrt.2023.100058. Cite Download
Hanif, Hilmy, Jorge Constantino, Marie Therese Sekwenz, Michel Van Eeten, Jolien Ubacht, Ben Wagner, and Yury Zhauniarovich. 2023. “Tough Decisions? Supporting System Classification According to the AI Act: 36th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, JURIX 2023” edited by G. Sileno, J. Spanakis, and G. van Dijck. Legal Knowledge and Information Systems – JURIX 2023 353–58. doi: 10.3233/FAIA230987. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, Andy Sanchez, M. T. Sekwenz, S. A. T. Dideriksen, and D. S. Murray-Rust. 2023. “The Politics of Digital (Human) Rights: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies.” in International studies association and Oxford University Press. Oxford University Press. Cite
Johanne, Kübler, Marie-Therese Sekwenz, Felicitas Rachinger, Anna König, Rita Gsenger, Eliska Pirkova, Ben Wagner, Matthias C. Kettemann, Michael Krennerich, and Carolina Ferro. 2023. “German Federal Election on Social Media: Analysing Electoral Risks Created by Twitter and Facebook.” in Proceedings of the 56th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS 2023. IEEE. Cite
Wagner, Ben, and Claudia Müller-Birn. 2022. “Responsible and Accountable Data Science.” Patterns 3(11). doi: 10.1016/j.patter.2022.100629. Cite Download
Fest, Isabelle, Maranke Wieringa, and Ben Wagner. 2022. “Responsible Data Science Is a Responsibility for All.” Patterns 3(10). doi: 10.1016/j.patter.2022.100607. Cite Download
Fest, Isabelle, Maranke Wieringa, and Ben Wagner. 2022. “Paper vs. Practice: How Legal and Ethical Frameworks Influence Public Sector Data Professionals in the Netherlands.” Patterns 3(10). doi: 10.1016/j.patter.2022.100604. Cite Download
Sekwenz, M. T., and Ben Wagner. 2022. “Delete or Not to Delete: 2022 International Empirical Legal Studies Conference.” Cite
Sekwenz, M. T., and Ben Wagner. 2022. “Design Recommendations for Safer Election Campaigning Online: Democracy & Digital Citizenship Conference Series.” Cite
Gsenger, Rita, Johanne Kübler, and Ben Wagner. 2022. “Content Moderation on Social Networking Sites: Battling Disinformation and Upholding Values.” Pp. 181–200 in Entscheidungsträger im Internet. Nomos. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, Martin Husovec, Lubos Kuklis, and Eliska Pirkova. 2022. “The next step towards auditing intermediaries.” Verfassungsblog. Retrieved March 9, 2022 ( Cite
Wagner, Blog /. Ben, and Marina Kubina. 2021. “Ergebnisse des Forschungsprojekts zur Stärkung der Diskussionskultur.” DER STANDARD. Retrieved May 14, 2024 ( Cite
Wagner, Ben, and Lubos Kuklis. 2021. “Establishing Auditing Intermediaries to Verify Platform Data.” in Regulating Big Tech, edited by M. Moore and D. Tambini. New York: Oxford University Press. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, Till Winkler, and Soheil Human. 2021. “Bias in Geographic Information Systems: The Case of Google Maps.” Pp. 837–46 in Proceedings of the 54th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS 2021. IEEE. Cite Download
Daly, Angela, Thilo Hagendorff, Hui Li, Monique Mann, Vidushi Marda, Ben Wagner, and Wayne Wei Wang. 2021. “AI, Governance and Ethics: Global Perspectives.” in Constitutional Challenges in the Algorithmic Society, edited by O. Pollicino, G. de Gregorio, H.-W. Micklitz, A. Reichman, A. Simoncini, and G. Sartor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cite Download
Delacroix, Sylvie, and Ben Wagner. 2021. “Constructing a Mutually Supportive Interface between Ethics and Regulation.” Computer Law & Security Review 40:105520. doi: 10.1016/j.clsr.2020.105520. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, and Heleen Janssen. 2021. “A First Impression of Regulatory Powers in the Digital Services Act.” Verfassungsblog. Retrieved January 4, 2021 ( Cite
Wagner, Ben. 2021. “Whose Politics? Whose Rights?  Transparency, Capture and Dual-Use Export Controls” edited by M. Kanetake. Security and Human Rights Monitor. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, and Lubos Kuklis. 2020. “Disinformation, Data Verification and Social Media.” Media@LSE. Retrieved March 19, 2020 ( Cite
Wagner, Ben. 2020. “Accountability by Design in Technology Research.” Computer Law & Security Review 37:1–12. doi: 10.1016/j.clsr.2020.105398. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben. 2020. “Digital Election Observation: Regulatory Challenges around Legal Online Content.” The Political Quarterly 91(4):739–44. doi: Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, Paola Lopez, Florian Cech, Gabriel Grill, and Marie-Therese Sekwenz. 2020. “Der AMS-Algorithmus.” juridikum 2020(2):191–202. doi: 10.33196/juridikum202002019101. Cite
Wagner, Ben. 2020. “Was bedeutet „Freiheit“ in einem sozio-technischen Kontext?” Pp. 201–18 in Demokratietheorie im Zeitalter der Frühdigitalisierung, edited by M. Oswald and I. Borucki. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien. Cite Download
Tiedeke, Anna-Sophia, Matthias C. Kettemann, Marie-Theres Sekwenz, Felicitas Rachinger, and Ben Wagner. 2020. What Can Be Said Online in Germany and Austria? A Legal and Terms of Service Taxonomy. SSRN Scholarly Paper. ID 3735932. Rochester, NY: Social Science Research Network. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben. 2020. “Germany: Business as Usual? Responses to the Pandemic.” in Data Justice and COVID-19: Global Perspectives, edited by L. Taylor, G. Sharma, A. Martin, and S. Jameson. Meatspace Press. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, Krisztina Rozgonyi, Marie-Therese Sekwenz, Jatinder Singh, and Jennifer Cobbe. 2020. “Regulating Transparency? Facebook, Twitter and the German Network Enforcement Act.” Barcelona, Spain: ACM Conference on Fairness Accountability and Transparency (FAT* 2020). Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, Matthias C. Kettemann, and Kilian Vieth. 2019. Research Handbook on Human Rights & Digital Technology: Global Politics, Law & International Relations. First Edition. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. Cite
Wagner, Ben. 2019. “Algorithmic Accountability – Towards Accountable Systems.” Pp. 679–90 in The Oxford Handbook of Intermediary Liability Online, edited by G. Frosio. Oxford ; New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Cite
Wagner, Ben. 2019. “Liable, but Not in Control? Ensuring Meaningful Human Agency in Automated Decision-Making Systems.” Policy & Internet 11(1). doi: 10.1002/poi3.198. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, and Till Winkler. 2019. “Comparing Travel Time Estimates of Routing Applications in Vienna.” in Workshop on Engineering Accountable Information Systems, European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2019). Stockholm, Sweden. Cite Download
Lynch, Liam, Ursula Pachl, Kai Rannenberg, Elena Santiago, Ben Wagner, and Kurz Einzinger. 2019. Consumers and IoT Security. Athens, Greece.: European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). Cite Download
Wagner, Ben. 2019. “All Codes – No Conduct? Performing the Governing Artificial Intelligence.” Journal of Law & Economic Regulation 1(13). Cite
Wagner, Ben. 2019. “Constructed ‘Cyber’ Realities & International Relations Theory.” in Technology and International Relations Theory, edited by R. Marlin-Bennett and J. Singh. Abingdon Oxon, New York NY: Routledge. Cite
Wagner, Ben, and Stephanie Horth. 2019. “Digital Technologies, Human Rights and Global Trade? Expanding Export Controls of Surveillance Technologies in Europe, China and India.” Pp. 299–318 in Research Handbook on Human Rights & Digital Technology: Global Politics, Law & International Relations, edited by B. Wagner, M. C. Kettemann, and K. Vieth. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Cite
Wagner, Ben, and Joanna Bronowicka. 2019. “Designing for Labour? Accountability and Self-Management in an App-Based Management.” in ACM CHI Extended Abstracts: Workshop on the Future of Work. ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Glasgow. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, Wolfgang Schulz, Karmen Turk, Bertrand de la Chapelle, Julia Hörnle, Tanja Kersevan-Smokvina, Mathias C. Kettemann, Dörte Nieland, Arseny Nedyak, Pēteris Podvinskis, Thomas Schneider, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, and Dirk Voorhoof. 2018. Algorithms and Human Rights: Study on the Human Rights Dimensions of Automated Data Processing Techniques and Possible Regulatory Implications. DGI(2017)12. Strasbourg, France: Council of Europe. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben. 2018. “Free Expression? – Dominant Information Intermediaries as Arbiters of Internet Speech.” Pp. 219–40 in Digital Dominance: Implications and Risks, edited by M. Moore and D. Tambini. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben. 2018. “Ethics as an Escape from Regulation:  From Ethics-Washing to Ethics-Shopping?” Pp. 86–90 in Being Profiling. Cogitas ergo sum, edited by M. Hildebrandt. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Amsterdam University Press. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben. 2018. Can Germany’s ‘Lex Facebook’ Be Saved? A Business and Human Rights Analysis. Global Voices. Cite
Bossong, Raphael, and Ben Wagner. 2018. “A Typology of Cybersecurity and Public–Private Partnerships in the Context of the European Union.” Pp. 219–47 in Security Privatization. Springer. Cite
Wagner, Ben. 2018. “Understanding Internet Shutdowns: A Case Study from Pakistan.” International Journal of Communication 12(0):22. Cite Download
Human, Soheil, and Ben Wagner. 2018. “Is Informed Consent Enough? Considering Predictive Approaches to Privacy.” in CHI Workshop: Exploring Individual Differences in Privacy. Montreal, Canada. Cite
Bossong, Raphael, and Ben Wagner. 2017. “A Typology of Cybersecurity and Public-Private Partnerships in the Context of the EU.” Crime, Law and Social Change 67(3):265–88. doi: 10.1007/s10611-016-9653-3. Cite Download
Korff, Douwe, Ben Wagner, Julia Powles, Renata Avila, and Ulf Buermeyer. 2017. Boundaries of Law: Exploring Transparency, Accountability, and Oversight of Government Surveillance Regimes. University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper No 16/2017. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben, and Kilian Vieth. 2017. Digitalisierung Und Menschenrechte. Bonn, Germany: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung. Cite
Vieth, Kilian, and Ben Wagner. 2017. Teilhabe, Ausgerechnet: Wie Algorithmische Prozesse Teilhabechancen Beeinflussen Können. Bertelsmann Stiftung. Cite Download
Wagner, Ben. 2016. “Efficiency versus recht?” De Helling 2016(4). Cite
Wagner, Ben. 2016. “Efficiency vs. Accountability?” De Helling 2016(4). Cite Download
Wagner, Ben. 2016. “Kommunikation Konstituiert Gesellschaft: Warum Es Zeit Ist, Den Zugang Zum Freien Internet Als Menschenrecht Anzuerkennen.” Zeitschrift Für Menschenrechte Journal for Human Rights 38–43. Cite Download