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Lemos Ronaldo
Ronaldo Lemos is the director of the Center for Law & Technology at the Fundação Getulio Vargas Law School in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is also the director of the Creative Commons project in the country.
Liang Lawrence
researcher with Alternative Law Forum, Bangalore India
Liebhart Karin
University of Vienna, Austria
Liu Lydia H.
Lydia H. Liu is a theorist of media and translation and a professor of comparative literature, Wun Tsun Tam Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University and the Director of the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society. Her research centers on cross-cultural exchange, and global transformation, the movement of words, theories, and artifacts across national boundaries and on the evolution of writing, textuality, and media technology. Her many books include The Freudian Robot: Digital Media and the Future of the Unconscious (2010)
Lobet-Maris Claire
sociologist and professor at the Faculty of Computer Science, University of Namur, Belgium. Her research focusses on the development and use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in organisations. She also directs CITA (Cellule Interfacultaire de Technology Assessment), a research team specialized in the social and economic assessment of information and communication technologies.
Love James
James Love is director of the Consumer Project on Technology (CPTech) of the Center for Study of Responsive Law. CPTech is active in areas such as intellectual property, telecommunications, privacy and electronic commerce, and conducts projects relating to antitrust enforcement and policy.
Lovink Geert
founding director of the Institute of Network Cultures, Dutch-Australian media theorist and critic. In 2004 he was appointed as Research Professor at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam and Associate Professor at University of Amsterdam. He is a founder of Internet projects such as nettime and fibreculture. His recent book titles are Dark Fiber (2002), Uncanny Networks (2002) and My First Recession (2003) and Zero Comments (2007).
Lubbers Eveline
Eveline Lubbers is an investigative reporter and specialized activist living in Amsterdam. She co-founded Buro Jansen & Janssen.
Ludovico Alessandro
media critic and chief editor of Neural magazine since 1993. He received his Ph.D. degree in English and Media from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge (UK). He has published and edited several books, and has lectured worldwide. He's one of the founders of Mag.Net (Electronic Cultural Publishers organisation). He also served as an advisor for the Documenta 12's Magazine Project. He teaches at the Academy of Art in Carrara and NABA in Milan.
Ludwig Katharina
political scientist and journalist, Vienna, Austria
Luetgert Sebastian
Luetgert is member of mikro and Bootlab. His projects include rolux.org, textz.com, project Gnutenberg, and Last Tuesday. He is also the author of "2 x 5 Years of German Internet" and other texts on the contradictions of the network society.
Lyon David
Director of Surveillance Project, Research Chair in Sociology at Queen’s University (Kingston)

David Lyon is a writer on social issues, Director of the Surveillance Project and Queen’s Research Chair in Sociology at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario (since 1991).

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland and raised mainly in Bristol, England, he completed his Social Science and History education in Bradford, Yorkshire (BSc Soc Sci, PhD). He has authored or edited sixteen books and published many articles. They have been translated into thirteen languages. The most recent books are Surveillance after September 11 (Polity 2003), Surveillance as Social Sorting: Privacy, Risk, and Digital Discrimination (editor, Routledge 2003), Surveillance Society: Monitoring Everyday Life (Open University Press, 2001).

He is on the international editorial boards of The Information Sociology; International Political Sociology; The American Behavioral Scientist; Cultural Politics; Information, Communication, and Society; Science and Christian Belief; Information Technology, Education, and Society; Information, Communication, and Ethics in Society and is the North American editor of Surveillance and Society.

He has held visiting positions at the Universities of Auckland, Edinburgh, Melbourne, Leeds, Tokyo, and at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris and the Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore. He has given lectures and talks in more than twenty countries.
MacMurtrie Chico
Chico MacMurtrie was born in New Mexico in 1961, and is based in San Francisco. His work incorporating film, music, and performance to "uncover the primacy of movement and sound" eventually evolved into the robotic automata that crowd his studio. His puppet-like forms began to breathe, as he began incorporating pneumatics and mechanics into his sculptures.
Malina Judith
actress, writer, director, and one of the founders of The Living Theatre, New York
Mani Lata
is historian and cultural critic.
Manovich Lev
Professor am Institut für Bildende Kunst an der University of California, San Diego, Kodirektor der Software Studies Initiative am California Institute for Telecommmunications and Information Technology (Calit2), Gastprofessor am

Goldsmith College, University of London, an der De Montfort University (GB) und am College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales (Sydney); Buchveröffentlichungen u.a.: Software Takes Command (veröffentlicht unter CC-Lizenz, 2008), Navigating the Database (MIT Press 2005) und The Language of New Media (MIT Press, 2001), das als die „anregendste und umfassendste Mediengeschichte seit Marshall McLuhan“ bezeichnet wurde.
Marchart Oliver
Soziologisches Seminar der Universität Luzern; letzte

Veröffentlichungen: »Neu beginnen. Hannah Arendt, die Revolution und

die Globalisierung« (2005); »Post-foundational Political Thought.

Political Difference in Nancy, Lefort, Badiou and Laclau« (2007).
Marchart Oliver
philosopher and political theorist, Luzern, Switzerland
Mars Marcell
Marcell Mars is one of the founders of Multimedia Institute – mi2 and net.culture club MAMA in Zagreb. He initiated GNU GPL publishing label EGOBOO.bits, started Skill sharing regular informal meetings of enthusiasts in mama + Skill sharing’s satellites g33koskop, ‘Nothing will happen’ and ‘The Fair of Mean Equipment’. Marcell participated in many collborative artistic projects, was one of the organizers of summer camps “Otokultivator” on island Vis, Regularly runs workshops, runs Wonder of technology/Čudo tehnike at Faculty of Media and Communication and at Jan Van Eyck in Maastricht works on Ruling Class Studies.
Marschall Gerhard
Einstieg in den Journalismus bei der Rieder Rundschau, weitere Stationen:

profil, Der Standard, OÖ. Nachrichten, Wirtschaftsblatt. Zurzeit Leiter der

Oberösterreich-Redaktion der Tageszeitung Österreich in Linz.
Matrix Cherie
an active anti-censorship campaigner since her early twenties, Matrix edited the Feminist Against Censorship anthology Tales From the Clit (1996, AK Press. London, Edinburgh, San Francisco). She has become a bit of a celebrity, appearing as England’s „babe” feminist whenever her distinct point of view is needed.
Mattl Siegfried
Historiker, wissenschaftlicher Leiter des Ludwig Boltzmann-Instituts für

Geschichte und Gesellschaft, Forschungs- und Publikationsschwerpunkte:

Stadt-, Kultur- und Mediengeschichte.
Mayer Christine
studied History and English Language and Literature at the University of Vienna and University College London. She brings her experiences from teaching in varied fields (adult education, university, secondary

school, teacher training) to her new post at the Institute for New Culture Technologies/t0, where she is responsible for research, translation, and editorial

Mayer Katja
holds an MA from the University of Vienna, where she studied sociology, physics and philosophy. Before starting to work as IT consultant, she was employed at Public Netbase Vienna, where she was responsible for content development, research and production of lecture series and exhibitions. Currently she is teaching at the Department of Social Studies of Science, University of Vienna, and she is writing her dissertation entitled: Imag(in)ing Networks on aesthetic

engagements in Social Network Analysis.
Mayerhofer Elisabeth
Kulturwissenschaftlerin/Wien, Vorstandsmitglied der Forschungsgesellschaft

für kulturökonomische und kulturpolitische Studien

(FOKUS). Arbeitsschwerpunkte: Cultural and Creative Industries,

Arbeitsverhältnisse in Kunst/Kultur, Kunst im öffentlichen Raum;

Mayr Lisa
political scientist, Vienna, Austria
McCarty Diana
Diana McCarty is a co-founder of bootlab and co-initiated the open source radio project: reboot.fm. She is an active member of the Free Cultural Radio Network: Radia.FM.

In the mid-nineties, McCarty co-founded the Nettime Mailing list and as part of the Media Research Foundation, she co-organized the MetaForum Conference Series in Budapest.
McDonald Crowley Amanda
cultural worker, curator and facilitator who specializes in creating new media and contemporary art events and programs that encourage cross-disciplinary practice, collaboration and exchange. Executive Director of Eybeam a leading not-for-profit art and technology center she moved to New York in October 2005, relocating from her native Australia where she had been based while working nationally and throughout Europe and Asia.
Mediengruppe Bitnik
!Mediengruppe Bitnik live and work in Zurich/London. Using Hacking as an artistic strategy, their works re-contextualise the familiar to allow for new readings of established structures and mechanisms.
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