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What sort of content should or should not be available to citizens

What sort of content should or should not be available to citizens across analogue and digital media? Tarleton Gillespie (2018) Regulation by and of platforms

What sort of content should or should not be available to citizens

What sort of content should or should not be available to citizens across analogue and digital media?

Essential readings:
In addition, Tarleton Gillespie (2018) Regulation by and of platforms, SAGE Handbook of Social Media, London: SAGE

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Also, Tarleton Gillespie (2018) ‘The myth of the neutral platform’, Custodians of the Internet: Platforms, Content Moderation, and the Hidden Decisions That Shape Social Media, New Haven: Yale University Press.

Lastly, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (2019) ‘Digital platforms and media – regulatory frameworks’, Chapter 4, Digital Platforms Inquiry, Final Report, Canberra: ACCC, pp. 166-205

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In addition, the comments in the following section are a sharp contrast to the utopian visions of equity and advancement described above.

Also, whereas some see the future of the internet as a great equalizer, others warn that technology can just as easily be used for control and exploitation.

Also, inequality on the rise: The growing divide between haves and have-nots

More so, the majority of respondents to this study are in agreement that digital life is likely to improve the lives of people at the top of the socioeconomic ladder over the next few decades.

Also, a large share of those who predicted that internet use will produce change for the

worse for most individuals over the next 50 years expressed concerns that an extension

of current trends will lead to a widening economic divide that leaves the majority in the dust of the privileged class.

Lastly, Johanna Drucker, professor of digital humanities in the department of

information studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, said, “The question

ignores the growing and disastrous division between poor, disenfranchised populations and wealthy, privileged ones.

 

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