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On SAGE Insight: Special Issue: Infancy online

From Social Media + Society This Special Issue from the online, open-access journal on the topic of infancy online, addresses a range of issues, including representation, privacy, datafication, and children’s rights. The 7 articles included map important arenas of emerging … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Towards data justice? The ambiguity of anti-surveillance resistance in political activism

From Big Data & Society The Snowden leaks provided substantial evidence for the extensive nature of surveillance rooted in the mass collection of digitally enabled data (or Big Data) and illustrated the intricate relationship between the infrastructures of our everyday … Continue reading

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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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Censoring cyberspace

From Index on censorship This special issue calls for a new approach to tackling censorship online. As cyberspace has become the arena for political activism, governments are growing more sophisticated in controlling free expression online – from surveillance to filtering. … Continue reading

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