Sonja Solomun

Sonja Solomun profile pictureSonja Solomun is a Faculty Associate at the Max Bell School of Public Policy and the Deputy Director of the Centre for Media, Technology and Democracy at McGill University. She is currently completing her PhD at McGill University, where she works on platform governance, climate justice and the environmental implications of AI and platforms. She has published on these and other topics in the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, First Monday, and others.

Sonja is a 2022-2024 Fellow at the Center for Democracy & Technology in Washington, D.C and a Research Affiliate at the Data & Society Research Institute. She is also presently a Research Scholar at the Climate Social Science Network (CSSN) at Brown University, a member of the OECD Forum Network, and a founding member of the Platform Governance Research Network. In the past, she has been a research affiliate at the Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life (CITAP) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), and has co-founded the Coalition for Critical Technology.

Her research and other academic activities have been featured in The Financial Times, Nature, Vice, BBC News, MIT Technology Review, Wired, Tech Crunch, OneZero, The Verge, The New York Post, The Globe & Mail, CTV News, CBC News, The Hill Times, The Logic, The National Post and elsewhere. You can follow her on Twitter at @SonjaSolomun.



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