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Automated decision making is becoming the norm across large parts of society, which raises interesting liability challenges when human control over technical systems becomes increasingly limited. This article defines "quasi-automation" as inclusion of humans as a basic rubber-stamping mechanism in an otherwise completely automated decision-making system. Three cases of quasiautomation are examined, where human agency in decision making is currently debatable: selfdriving cars, border searchesdoi:10.1002/poi3.198 fatcat:so3vkkasprgo5p623f3jurlz2i