Davide Bennato, PhD in Communication Sciences (Sapienza-University of Rome) is professor of Sociology of digital media at the Department of Humanities (DISUM) of the University of Catania. He is also vice-president of the Degree course in Sciences and Languages for Communication (DISUM) [LINK http://www.disum.unict.it/corsi/l-20], member of the Council of the Humanities Center University of Catania [LINK http://www.cinum.unict.it/], member of the PhD in Complex Systems for Physical, Socio-economic and Life Sciences of the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Catania [LINK https://www.dfa.unict.it/en/content/phd-complex-systems-physical-socio-economic-and-life-sciences]. His research interests are related to the analysis of collective behaviors in social media, the ethics of big data, the social impact of algorithms, the relationship between technology and values, and models of scientific and technological communication online. Among his most recent writings: Black Mirror. Dystopia and digital anthropology (editor, Villaggio Maori, 2018) [LINK http://bit.ly/black-mirror-bennato], Digital sociology (2018, in Daniele Chieffi, ed., “Comunicare Digitale”), Towards a technologically sustainable development (2020, in “Cultures and social studies”) [LINK http://www.cussoc.it/index.php/journal/article/view/108], A world governed by data and algorithms. Data literacy through cinema (2020, in "Media education. Studies, research, good practices) [LINK https://oaj.fupress.net/index.php/med/article/view/9090] He writes on the science blog tecnoetica.it [LINK http://tecnoetica.it/] on his research interests and writes for the magazine Agendadigitale.eu [LINK https://www.agendadigitale.eu/giornalista/davide-bennato-2/].