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If Romeo and Juliet had mobile phones

From Mobile Media & Communication This study looks at how the Mobile Revolution has promoted networked individualism – connectivity that is not bound up in solidary groups. Mobile phones have played a key role in the developed world’s transformation from … Continue reading

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Facebook facilitates a narcissistic fascination with self-display: Online opportunities and risks

Taking risky opportunities in youthful content creation: teenagers’ use of social networking sites for intimacy, privacy and self-expression From New Media & Society Over recent years there has been a global explosion in social networking sites. Embraced  particularly by an … Continue reading

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Murdoch and News of the World – as foretold in the British Journalism Review

Editorial: Apocalypse Soon? From British Journalism Review The Murdoch News of the World debacle in the UK has been untamed and ferocious in its developments. The scandal has been described as a tipping point for journalism and media regulation, but aren’t the same … Continue reading

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Privacy and the press: An impressive collection of articles plus a recording of the notable Index privacy debate

In a piece recently featured on SAGE Insight, we highlight again this timely Index on Censorship issue on privacy, and in addition we draw your attention to the recent  impressive debate organized by Index; you can now  listen to the recording. … Continue reading

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Privacy is dead: Time to name and shame professional privacy invaders

Code breakers From Index on Censorship There is confusion at the heart of British debates about privacy. We tend to speak of journalists, of their role, their rights, their responsibilities and very often their lack of restraint and how it … Continue reading

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Privacy is Dead: Long live Privacy!

SAGE were sponsors at a joint LSE and Index on Censorship event last night to mark the publication of the latest issue of the magazine. The event was a panel discussion entitled “Injunctions are a necessary evil: privacy, free speech … Continue reading

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