Clear evidence has been presented to the UK government that Facebook and Twitter have been used to spread fake news created by fake users. The effects are toxic – sometimes deadly. Meanwhile MEPs h... »
Last month marked 20 years since President Bill Clinton signed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) into law which introduced “Safe Harbor” for Internet Service Providers. In combination with t... »
As Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin pose for the cameras at the Helsinki summit, the groundwork for their talks, at least on the NATO side, was laid by researchers at the nearby Center of Excellence on... »
Facebook’s excuses and promises are misleading: We do not need a security fix, but new rules for political micro-targeting “We have a responsibility to not just build tools, but to make sure those ... »
In the shadow of the headlines around fake news online, is a much older debate about media pluralism. Netopia went to a conference about just this and discovered the two are connected. Perils of conce... »
Threats to media plurality and the concentration of media ownership are the focus of Newsocracy 3: an event hosted by the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom in Madrid on January 30th. Who ... »
What a story Jonathan Taplin can tell. He used to be Martin Scorsese’s producer (Mean Streets) and tour manager for Bob Dylan and The Band. Icons of 20th century popular culture. He is also an interne... »
Your Excellency Ms Kaja Tael, This week, the European Parliament will vote in Plenary session on the so called “cable and satellite” regulation. You will also preside over potentially determining dis... »
European consumers are a myriad of individuals who want different things, have different purchasing power, different cultures and different tastes or priorities. When we make policy for the Digital Si... »