Hi! My name is Adil.
I write, research and visualize.
I live in Budapest, Hungary. I work as a Research Analyst, focusing on emerging trends in tech that have potential to innovate and disrupt things around us.
In the past, I was a research fellow at Center for Media, Data and Society. I published a study with them on how regulations on data flows restrictions affect media freedom. I did some other cool stuff with them as well.
I graduated with MA in International Relations from Central European University. Thesis that I wrote for my master's degree, later was published Politikon journal.
In the past, I helped to make information accessible and open at Accountability Initiative for Reform. Before that, I assisted in research projects, doing data cleaning and visualizations. For some time, I volunteered at E-International Relations as an commissioning and later, senior editor, helping to reach authors and commission articles.
- Nussipov, Adil. 2021. “Data and Media: Governance By Restrictions.” Center for Media, Data and Society, 2021, https://cmds.ceu.edu/article/2021-01-08/how-data-governance-affects-media-freedom
- Nussipov, Adil. 2019. "Media Influence Matrix: Funding Journalism in Kazakhstan." Center for Media, Data and Society, https://cmds.ceu.edu/article/2019-06-17/journalism-funding-kazakhstan-government-affair
- Nussipov, Adil. 2018. “International Authority of International Organizations and Access Provision for Transnational Actors.” Politikon: IAPSS Journal of Political Science 39 (3): 64–85, https://www.iapss.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Politikon_Vol.-39_3.pdf
- Data Governance in the EU: Data Sovereignty & Cloud Federation
- How an Online Publication Did the Unthinkable: Selling Subscriptions to Kazakh Readers
- How China Governs Data
- How Data Became a Trade Issue
- How America and Europe Deal With Data
- Data Governance in America: Between the Silicon Valley Consensus and California’s Privacy Rules