Natali Helberger
Natali Helberger
Institute for Information Law
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In AI we trust? Perceptions about automated decision-making by artificial intelligence
T Araujo, N Helberger, S Kruikemeier, CH De Vreese
AI & society 35 (3), 611-623, 2020
Should we worry about filter bubbles?
F Zuiderveen Borgesius, D Trilling, J Möller, B Bodó, CH De Vreese, ...
Internet Policy Review. Journal on Internet Regulation 5 (1), 2016
Exposure diversity as a design principle for recommender systems
N Helberger, K Karppinen, L D’acunto
Information, communication & society 21 (2), 191-207, 2018
Do not blame it on the algorithm: an empirical assessment of multiple recommender systems and their impact on content diversity
J Möller, D Trilling, N Helberger, B van Es
Digital media, political polarization and challenges to democracy, 45-63, 2020
Governing online platforms: From contested to cooperative responsibility
N Helberger, J Pierson, T Poell
The information society 34 (1), 1-14, 2018
Differences in mobile health app use: a source of new digital inequalities?
N Bol, N Helberger, JCM Weert
The Information Society 34 (3), 183-193, 2018
On the democratic role of news recommenders
N Helberger
Algorithms, automation, and news, 14-33, 2021
My friends, editors, algorithms, and I: Examining audience attitudes to news selection
N Thurman, J Moeller, N Helberger, D Trilling
Digital journalism 7 (4), 447-469, 2019
Should we worry about filter bubbles?
FJZ Borgesius, D Trilling, J Möller, B Bodó, CH De Vreese, N Helberger
Internet policy review, 2016
Understanding the effects of personalization as a privacy calculus: Analyzing self-disclosure across health, news, and commerce contexts
N Bol, T Dienlin, S Kruikemeier, M Sax, SC Boerman, J Strycharz, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 23 (6), 370-388, 2018
Do (microtargeted) deepfakes have real effects on political attitudes?
T Dobber, N Metoui, D Trilling, N Helberger, C De Vreese
The International Journal of Press/Politics 26 (1), 69-91, 2021
The political power of platforms: How current attempts to regulate misinformation amplify opinion power
N Helberger
Digital Journalism 8 (6), 842-854, 2020
Tackling the algorithmic control crisis-the technical, legal, and ethical challenges of research into algorithmic agents
B Bodo, N Helberger, K Irion, F Zuiderveen Borgesius, J Moller, ...
Yale JL & Tech. 19, 133, 2017
Interested in diversity: The role of user attitudes, algorithmic feedback loops, and policy in news personalization
B Bodó, N Helberger, S Eskens, J Möller
Digital journalism 7 (2), 206-229, 2019
Regulating the new information intermediaries as gatekeepers of information diversity
N Helberger, K Kleinen-von Königslöw, R Van Der Noll
info 17 (6), 50-71, 2015
The perfect match? A closer look at the relationship between EU consumer law and data protection law
N Helberger, FZ Borgesius, A Reyna
Common Market Law Review 54 (5), 2017
Contrasting perspectives–practitioner’s viewpoint on personalised marketing communication
J Strycharz, G van Noort, N Helberger, E Smit
European journal of marketing 53 (4), 635-660, 2019
No place like home for making a copy: private copying in European copyright law and consumer law
N Helberger, PB Hugenholtz
Berkeley Tech. LJ 22, 1061, 2007
ChatGPT and the AI Act
N Helberger, N Diakopoulos
Internet Policy Review 12 (1), 1-6, 2023
Political micro-targeting: a Manchurian candidate or just a dark horse?
B Bodó, N Helberger, CH de Vreese
Internet Policy Review 6 (4), 1-13, 2017
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