Keynote at the TECH 2018 Conference organized by UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP), (MGIEP, 15 November 2018)

European Data Ethics Forum 2018 – Dan Shefet keynote (Vimeo, 12 October 2018)

Declaration of Independence II (OECD, 18 September 2018) 

The Paris Lawyer Who Gives Google Nightmares (NPR, 4 April 2018)

Why A French Attorney Is On A Digital Privacy Crusade Against Tech Titans (NPR, 3 April 2018)

Interview med Danmarks førende IT-ekspert: Fake News kan bekæmpes med åbenhed (POLITIKEN, 11 January 2018)

Debatt: Därför bör Sverige gå i täten och införa en Internetombudsman (DIGITAL, Sweden, 5 January 2018) 

NUS Magazine Issue 112 – Mr Dan Shefet (002)

Live TV debate on the subject of regulation of Fake News (the French TV channel Public Senat, Paris, 9 January 2018) 

Speech on « Understanding Citizen Rights in a Smart City (LKY School of Public Policy, Singapore, 21 November 2017

Democracy and accountability (U@live on 22 November 2017 at National University of Singapore Shaw Foundation Alumni House) 

U@live featuring Dan Shefet on Internet Accountability and Democracy (Singapore, 22 November 2017)  

Interview live on CNN: « Can internet giants do more to tackle terror? » (CNN, 5 June 2017)

Interview on Fake News: « Rien n’influence plus les êtres humains que la parole » (Le Point, 15 May 2017)

Interview by the National French Agency for Cybersecurity on « Peace and International Security within the Cyberworld »

Dan Shefet: Creator of the Internet’s Ombudsman (Reputation Communications, 26 February 2017)

Dan Shefet: An ombudsman for the internet (Interview with EU Reporter, 24 January 2017)

Motion for a recommendation: Creation of the position of « Internet Ombudsman » in charge of assessing the legal or illegal nature of internet contents through screening procedures (Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, 24 January 2017)

France considers way to deal with problematic online content while preserving Free Speech (CNS News, 20 December 2016) 

France considers internet ombudsman to protect free speech online (World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, 20 December 2016)

France plans internet ombudsman to safeguard free speech (The Guardian, 19 December 2016)

Først fik han skovlen under Google Nu vil han rense internettet for flere ulovligheder (Jyllands-Posten International, 16 December 2016)

Lawyer who won against Google takes privacy case to Brussels (Reuters, 11 June 2015)

How Two Obscure Court Verdicts In Europe Could Impact Americans’ Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Taxes (Forbes, 15 March 2015)

Question Over the Reach of Europe’s ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ (The New York Times, 1 February 2015)

Google’s French arm faces daily €1,000 fines over links to defamatory article (The Guardian, 13 November 2014)