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Pro-social messages and transcendence: A content analysis of Facebook reactions to Mark Zuckerberg’s donation pledge
It Takes a Village: A Social Network Approach to NGOs’ International Public Engagement
“To Ferguson, Love Palestine”: mediating life under occupation
Event Detection Using Twitter Platform
Unraveling Public Health Crises Across Stages: Understanding Twitter Emotions and Message Types During the California Measles Outbreak
Exploring Political Journalism Homophily on Twitter: A Comparative Analysis of US and UK Elections in 2016 and 2017
Analyzing Twitter Data: Advantages and Challenges in the Study of UN Climate Negotiations
The application of the sentiment analysis technique in social media as a tool for social management practices at the governmental level
Covering Trump’s ‘Carnival’: A Rhetorical Alternative to ‘Objective’ Reporting
Novel insights into views towards H1N1 during the 2009 Pandemic: a thematic analysis of Twitter data
Blurring European and Islamic values or brightening the good – bad Muslim dichotomy? A critical analysis of French Muslim victims of Jihadi terror online on twitter and in Le Monde newspaper
Mapping Information of Fire Events, from VGI Source (Twitter), for Effective Disaster Management (in Greece); The Fire of North-East Attica, August 2017, (Greece) Case Study
Big Data & New Data: Ein Ausblick auf die Herausforderungen im Umgang mit Social-Media-Inhalten als neue Art von Forschungsdaten
Using Social Network Analysis to Study Twitter Data in the Field of International Agreements
There is a lot of cynical thinking ascribed to the position set out by Mark Zuckerberg on the regulation of Facebook and other online platforms. In this instance, he is absolutely right. This is not a new problem. Lawrence Lessig was among those to make clear, long before Facebook and Twitter were born, that some balance of regulatory mechanisms must be struck to prevent the overpowering rise of “architecture” embedded in software code. This video (posted June 1, 2015) about “Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace” is our Lawrence Lessig-inspired answer to the challenge of how to think about regulation in this case.
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