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Alison Killing is an investigative journalist and licensed architect. She was born in the UK and now lives in Rotterdam. Alison uses open source techniques, geospatial analysis and 3d modelling to investigate and tell stories. Her most recent work is an investigation of the network of detention camps in Xinjiang, China, awarded the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 2021.
In one-click, 0.0146 seconds, it's possible that you agree to not one but hundreds of privacy conditions. For example, you agree to 835 conditions when visiting dailymail.co.uk. It would take hundreds of hours to read, so let's do it together! 0.0146 seconds is a collective read out loud performance in which people one by one recite a part of the conditions. The performance takes place in a pop-up radio studio and will continue until all conditions have been recorded, resulting in an auditory work of art.
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