Mikkel Flyverbom is Professor of Communication and Digital Transformations at the Department of Management, Society and Communication, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. He is academic director of the research platform Transformations: Technology, Data and Knowledge in the Digital Age and founding director the BSc in Business Administration and Digital Management program, both at Copenhagen Business School. With a background in communication, his work explores the workings and consequences of digital transformations, with a particular interest in questions about transparency and visibilities, datafication and knowledge production, and anticipation and governance. His publications on internet governance, tech companies, data and transparency have appeared in Organization Studies, Management Communication Quarterly, Business & Society, Organization, The Information Society, Telecommunications Policy, as well as a number of books. He is currently finishing a new book on digital transformations and visibility management for Cambridge University Press. He also serves on the editorial boards of the journals Communication Theory and Big Data & Society, and advisory boards of the think tank DataEthics and the Data Justice Lab at Cardiff University, and is a widely used media expert on digital transformations and the tech industry.