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25 January 2010
Discussion of media buying and the attention-creation industry - showing how the fixation on audiences' click-like behaviour is a disruptive institutional force, and how buyers' new approaches to attention are
creating new forms of social discrimination.
22 January 2010
This public panel discussion focuses on the most appropriate ways of mapping and measuring cybercrime to inform legislative, research and policy debates. It highlights the findings of an all-day invited forum on the topic.
20 January 2010
A discussion of net neutrality regulation in the context of a two-sided market model.
18 January 2010
There is much enthusiasm about the Internet's potential to democratize the public sphere. However, little is known about who is participating, who is not, and what participation patterns may imply for the democratizing potential of new tools and services.
04 December 2009
A public panel discussion focusing on the significance and impact of the Internet on interpersonal relationships.
26 November 2009
At an event to mark the launch of the International Journal of Digital Television, the speakers ask: After digital switchover will we still have television as such? Will it still need special regulation? Will we have gained or lost, socially and culturally?
18 November 2009
Digital technology empowers us to find and share information as never before, but we do not always foresee the consequences of these new powers. Can the dangers of everlasting digital memory be avoided? Can we reintroduce our capacity to forget?
17 November 2009
Michael Froomkin discusses how largely well-intentioned political and legal reactions to the highest-profile risks of ICT creates a danger of perhaps killing the goose that is giving us golden eggs of innovation, decentralization, and personal empowerment.