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We’ve moved! Follow along at our new location – The CGCS Media Wire Blog on International Media Law and Policy – CGCSBlog.asc.upenn.edu

Is Twitter us or them? #twitterfail and living somewhere between public commitment and private investment

// Crossposted with permission from CultureDigitally.org, a blog serving as a gathering point for scholars and others who study cultural production and information technologies. Posted originally on July 31, 2012 by Tarleton Gillespie,  Cornell University Department of Communication This is about the fourth Olympics that’s been trumpeted as the first one to embrace social media … Continue reading

Media Law Roundup 9/7

//CGCS Media Wire delivers a weekly round up of top international Media Law & Policy news chronologically. Follow along as the stories develop, catch up on what you may have missed! //Photocredit: Associated Press Australia’s Online and Traditional Media Subject to new censorship via Finkelstein Report, etc. 8/29 A Freedom of Information request for material … Continue reading

Weibo Offers an Alternative Olympic Narrative

//CGCS presents Part 2 of our post-Olympic Games special report on the implications of Social Media permeation at the 2012 London Olympic games.This time, we get an in depth look at Weibo – a microblogging platform from inside China that stands separate from state-controlled media. For Lee Humphreys with part 1, click here. Leshuo Dong, … Continue reading