Josephine Lulamae (she/her)


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Josephine Lulamae is a reporter and editor at AlgorithmWatch. Prior to that she has worked as a paralegal and journalist in Berlin, Bristol and Mytilene. He work has been published in in outlets including The Daily Beast, Coda Story, The New Republic, Gizmodo, Popula, Slate and Quartz. She has a law degree from BPP University and a bachelors degree in Philosophy from Cambridge University.

Articles for AlgoritmWatch

Story, 13 January 2022

Fixing Online Forms Shouldn’t Wait Until Retirement

A new Unding Survey is investigating discrimination in online forms. But operators are already getting angry emails. Behind some: a recently retired IT consultant with one of the most common surnames in the world and 30 years experience of not being able to sign up.

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1 December 2021

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