Werner Hülsmann

FIfF was founded on June 2, 1984 as the “Forum Informatiker fur Frieden und gesellschaftliche Verantwortung” (Forum of Computer Scientists for Peace and Social Responsibility) and is a non-profit association active throughout Germany for people who are involved in information technology in science or practice. It focuses less on the technical aspects of information technology and more on its social impact.

Werner Hülsmann was a jury member of the BigBrotherAwards in 2003–2008 and in 2011.

Position / Organisation
Forum InformatikerInnen für Frieden und gesellschaftliche Verantwortung (FIfF)

About BigBrotherAwards

In a compelling, entertaining and accessible format, we present these negative awards to companies, organisations, and politicians. The BigBrotherAwards highlight privacy and data protection offenders in business and politics, or as the French paper Le Monde once put it, they are the “Oscars for data leeches”.

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BigBrotherAwards International

The BigBrotherAwards are an international project: Questionable practices have been decorated with these awards in 19 countries so far.