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Using the Islamic State/Da’esh as a case study, we identify the genesis of a new form of terrorism arising from the convergence of networked social media and changes in the forms of conflict.
This paper considers relationships between social media, terrorism and World Heritage sites.
The ACMA's annual Communications report provides valuable insights into Australia's media and communications environment. How do we like to communicate? What's changing? How are we embracing new technology? Get the facts from the researchacma team.
This report provides comparative international data on the communications sector. The aim of the report is to benchmark the UK communications sector against a range of comparator countries in order to assess how the UK is performing in an international context. The report compares the...
Digital inclusion ensures that no one is left behind as we move towards an increasingly digital future. For Social Inclusion Week 2015, we thought we'd outline why digital inclusion is vital for all Australians.
While many of us have smartphones and access to the...
High quality, widespread communications, fixed and mobile, are an engine of our economy and the pulse of our society.
They are not nice-to-haves, but essential enablers of our working and social lives.
As businesses and consumers drive an ever-increasing demand for communications, the...
The Communications report 2014–15 comprises the following chapters:
Chapter 1— The Australian communications and media market presents a detailed analysis of key supply-side developments in the communications and media markets in Australia during the 2014–15 reporting period. This chapter focuses on the supply of...
Key Themes of This Report
10% of Americans own a smartphone but do not have broadband at home, and 15% own a smartphone but say that they have a limited number of options for going online other than their cell phone. Those with relatively...
The Australian Communications and Media Authority’s Annual report 2014–15 offers an in-depth look at the various changes in the ways the ACMA has been working with industry and consumers to deliver strong outcomes and best practice in telecommunication services and relevant consumer protections, spectrum management...
Today, 68% of U.S. adults have a smartphone, up from 35% in 2011, and tablet computer ownership has edged up to 45% among adults, according to newly released survey data from the Pew Research Center. Smartphone ownership is nearing the saturation point with some groups:...