Puschmann, C. (2017): Bad Judgement, Bad Ethics? Validity in Computational Social Media Research. In: M. Zimmer, K. Kinder-Kurlanda (eds.), Internet Research Ethics for the Social Age. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 95-113.
How can information processing be made transparent and controllable again for individuals and institutions by new technologies?
Within the scope of this project, a discourse analyses on the topics of drug policy and drug consumption in social media will be carried out in an explorative way.
In his thesis, Lennart Ziebarth examines the criteria to which data is transported via the internet and to what extent network providers should be allowed to intervene in data transport.
Heldt, A. (2019): Reading between the Lines and the Numbers: An Analysis of the First NetzDG Reports. In: Internet Policy Review 8 (2), Online First.
Philip Baugut and Katharina Neumann write about the relations between journalists and right-wing extremists (Beziehungen zwischen JournalistInnen und Rechtsextremisten) in the new issue of M&K. Further articles deal with the digital change of the knowledge order (Neuberger et al.), research ethi...
On the Internet, we reach news via a wide variety of channels. For example, via search engines, social media or via the news sites directly. The authors Judith Möller, Robbert Nicolai van de Velde, Lisa Merten and Cornelius Puschmann trace these paths in a guest article on the blog of the...
Schmidt, J.-H. (2019): Gefilterte Wahrnehmung. Das Partizipationsparadox der sozialen Medien [Filtered Perception. The Participation Paradox of Social Media]. In: Von Wegen, No. 1, 2019. pp. 26-29.
Facebook, Wikipedia, YouTube and Twitter are increasingly becoming a vehicle for the strategic use of information by states (so-called dis/information operations). These platforms, which are conceptually defined as 'social media', provide their users with a wide range of opportunities to obt...