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Claudine Tinsman


She is about to complete her DPhil in Cyber Security at the University of Oxford, where she examined how end-users interact with content control features on social media platforms to prevent and mitigate content-related emotional and psychological harm. During her time at Oxford, she contributed to the policy discourse on online harms by submitting evidence to the House of Commons as part of the Online Safety Bill's consultation phase. She also co-created Proving the Negative, a podcast translating cyber security and tech policy research accessible to a general audience. 

Claudine also holds a Master of Law from the University of Lausanne, where she researched the legal, philosophical, and societal implications of granting personhood to autonomous AI agents. She is fluent in French and proficient in German.

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