First, the platforms2share members gave a brief overview about the workings of platforms in general, the political and economic factors of their emergence and the main controversies currently debated. Afterwards, Wolff and Kludas introduced the aims of the platform cooperativism movement to create social and ecological alternatives within the platform economy. In a vivid discussion with the participants, they finally discussed questions concerning data ownership, (un-)ecological practices and precarious working conditions. The participants of the workshop How do Digital Platforms Influence our Lives emphasized the need for political regulation and user’ sovereignty concerning their own data. As one solution among others, interoperability of platforms was put forward.