Kilian Vieth works as a researcher and communications specialist at the Center for Internet and Human Rights. His research interests include algorithmic decision-making, workers’ rights and labor organizing in the digital age, and critical security studies. He currently works on policy issues of automated decision-making in the platform economy, such as surveillance and content filtering.
Kilian previously worked as a consultant and project manager in political campaigning, volunteer training and social media communications. He holds a B.A. in Public Management and Governance from Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen (Germany) and a dual master’s degree in Political Science and European Affairs from Sciences Po Paris (France) and Freie Universität Berlin (Germany). In his master’s thesis, Kilian investigated the EU approach to combating radicalization on the internet.