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Podcast: Wie sollten soziale Medien reguliert werden?

Podcast: Wie sollten soziale Medien reguliert werden?

In the podcast “Tonspur Wissen - der Podcast von Rheinischer Post und Leibniz-Gemeinschaf” [Soundtrack Knowledge - the Podcast of Rheinische Post and the Leibniz Association], Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann talks about how TikTok and other social media can be regulated (from min. 1:23).
The demand is not new, but it is getting stronger again. Should social media be regulated more strictly to protect children and young people in particular? What politicians could do online and what they are already doing.
Facebook was yesterday. Everyone is on TikTok. Even the German Chancellor is unpacking his briefcase in the social medium owned by Chinese investors to great media effect. Right-wing groups have always been more successful on social networks than the established parties? Why is this the case and what can politicians do to counter radicalization online? Ursula Weidenfeld talks about this with Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann in this Tonspur episode. He researches the topic of "regulation of new media" at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut in Hamburg.


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