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Jasmine McNealy is an attorney and an assistant professor in the department of telecommunication at the University of Florida where she is a affiliate of the STEM Translational Research Center and the UF Informatics institute.

Her research investigates issues of ownership, access, creation, and control of information in its various forms in an attempt to understand the conflicts and solutions, both cultural and structural, that arise in response to these conflicts. While at Berkman, she will examine the rise in community-based surveillance literacy and anti-surveillance advocacy groups, focusing on the cultural, political, behavioral, and legal factors that shape their strategies and tactics.


Jan 11, 2019

Get to Know Berkman Klein Fellow Jasmine McNealy

a spotlight on one of our 2018-2019 BKC Fellows

McNealy is researching surveillance literacy and anti-surveillance tactics and advocacy in marginalized groups More


Nieman Lab

A call for context

Jasmine McNealy on why “context is ever more important in this era of data-driven elections, social media, and emerging technology.”

Dec 20, 2019


Sep 24, 2019 @ 12:00 PM

A New Jim Code?

Featuring Ruha Benjamin on Race, Carceral Technoscience, and Liberatory Imagination in Everyday Life

VIDEO & PODCAST: Ruha Benjamin presents the concept of the “New Jim Code" to explore a range of discriminatory designs that encode inequity: by explicitly amplifying racial… More

May 7, 2019 @ 12:00 PM


Featuring members of the BKC Community

PODCAST & VIDEO: Berkman Klein community members will share their research, passions, and musings in 5 minute Ignite talks. These topics may range from misinformation online to… More