William Sen

Selection of Speeches

Below is a is a selection out of many of William Sen’s speeches, presentations and talks he gave for different organization. This section is not complete.

Big Data & Security Telekom Deutsche Telekom Talk, CeBIT
March 16th, 2015
Digitalization Made in Germany: “Big Data & Security – How Much Freedom Do We Give Up For Security?”
Organizer: aboratories.telekom.com/


Campixx Camp!xx Week
March 3rd, 2015
Communication Day
“You are Only an Algorithm, Too!”
Website: campixx-week.de


William Sen 7th Social Media Conference
Technical University of Cologne
September 14th, 2014
Communication Day
“Opening Speech by Dr. William Sen”
Source: social-media-konferenz.de


Bundeswehr Govermedia Govermedia 2014
June 25th, 2014
Academy of the Armed Forces Germany for Info. & Com. (AkBwInfoKom)
“Importance of the Researcher in Social Media Monitoring”
Website: aki.bundeswehr.de


Fiat Chrysler Conference Fiat Chrysler Conference
Effect: Dealer Business School
June 25th, 2013
“The Influence of Social Media on Automobile Companies“
Website: fcagroup.com


Bundeswehr Govermedia Raytheon Symposium
May 15th, 2013
“Surveillance of the Social Web: Concepts & Technology”
Website: raytheon.com


William Sen 6th Social Media Conference
Technical University of Cologne
September 12th, 2013
“Opening Speech by Dr. William Sen”
Source: social-media-konferenz.de


William Sen DGI Conference – Community for Information & Knowledge
March 23rd, 2012
“Information Retrieval with Unstructured Data”
Website: dgi-info.de


William Sen TÜV Rheinland
Marketing Campus
June 21st, 2012
“BIG DATA: Making Little Out of a Lot” “You are Only an Algorithm, Too!”
Website: tuv.com


William Sen arcplanet
Business Intelligence Solutions
April 1st, 2011
Social Media Monitoring Process
“The Dark Side of the Web”
Website: arcplan.com


infoconomy Symposium infoconomy Symposium
October 29th, 2010
Piracy in Information Markets
“The Dark Side of the Web”
Website: junge-union.de


infoconomy Symposium Cologne Commons
University of Cologne
Juni 13th, 2010
“Do We Need a Copyright Law 2.0?”
Website: cologne-commons.de


Chamber of Industry and Commerce Chamber of Industry and Commerce
The Interactive Net
September 15th, 2009
“Adjusting Marketing to the Web 2.0?”
Website: ihk-niederrhein.de


Chamber of Industry and Commerce Free Culture / Pirates Hamburg
The Interactive Net
August 8th, 2009
“The World of the Software Pirates”
Website: piratenpartei.de


Chamber of Industry and Commerce Free Culture / Pirates Hamburg
The Interactive Net
August 8th, 2009
“The World of the Software Pirates”
Website: piratenpartei.de


Chamber of Industry and Commerce CeBIT
CRM and Web 2.0
March, 2008
“The New Power of the Consumer”
Website: cebit.de


Designforum Freiburg Designforum Freiburg
Design University of Freiburg
June 24th, 2007
Open Source: “Dances of the Codes”
Website: hkdm.de


Designforum Freiburg CeBIT
Customer Intelligence
March, 2007
“How Search Engines will Affect the Behaviour of the Consumer in the Future”
Website: cebit.de


Subway Club Köln WDR World of Listening
SUBWAY Club Köln
October 24th, 2007
Digital Underground Performance
Website: wdr.de


William Sen University of Dusseldorf
Special Lecturing with William Sen
January 10th, 2007
“Are Software Pirates Real Criminals?”
at the Faculty of Information Sciences
Website: uni-duesseldorf.de


William Sen Web 2.0 Business Conference
University of Applied Sciences Cologne
October 26th, 2006
The New Customer Journey
“Blogging is Beautiful”
Website: th-koeln.de


William Sen NO COPY The Movie
First Release and Premiere
April 6th, 2006
Movie, Reading and Talk with William Sen, Writer and Producer

Book Related Presentations:
From 1999 to 2005 William Sen conducted a huge amount of readings, especially from the bestselling book Hackerland, and later Hackertales, and NO COPY in libraries, public events, radio, tv, and many more. Therefore, this list above is just a small selection of the main events that we could gather.

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