Andreas Marklund is head of research at ENIGMA – Museum of Communication in Copenhagen. He holds a doctorate in history from the European University Institute in Florence and is specialized in Nordic cultural and political history from the 1700s to the present day, with a special focus on the history of communication. His current research revolves around government surveillance and privacy issues in relation to modern communications technologies. Recent publications include “Listening for the State: Censoring Communications in Scandinavia during World War One” (History and Technology, 2016) and the research volume Historicizing Infrastructure, which he co-edited together with Mogens Rüdiger  at Aalborg University Press, 2017.