This report, by researchers from the University of Groningenhe in the Netherlands, examines the multi-layered challenges associated with balancing the fundamental rights of privacy and freedom of...
Examines the growing calls for Facebook to improve its editorial accountability - especially following the 2016 US Presidential election and the UK's Brexit campaign.
This report breaks down the Islamic State’s media activities through a two-fold approach.
Analysis of attrition to improve digital multimedia consumer information is required for quality outcomes.
Author and journalist, John Birmingham, discusses why preserving digital content is vital to how our world today will be understood one hundred years from now
A key feature of the way this election has been covered has been the symbiosis between tradition media and social media.
This two part article discusses observations from the three workshops that formed the Civics and
Media Project, and then suggests five public policy ideas for how New Zealand might support...
This article examines the convergance of digital media platforms and the implications for citizen participation in a democratic society.
This article sets out evidence of social and technological trends that challenge traditional notions of civic engagement, particularly New Zealand’s changing demography and media markets. It is...