Leonie Maria Tanczer is PhD candidate at the School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy at Queen’s University Belfast. Her PhD is inter-disciplinary and includes supervision from both social sciences and engineering. Tanczer’s thesis investigates the emerging cyber security governance strategies, with a particular focus on hacking and hacktivism. Further research interests include Gender Studies, online collective action, and Science and Technology Studies. You can follow her on Twitter @leotanczt

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