October 21, 2014

New from IFLA: A FAIFE Spotlight on “New Forms of Censorship”

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New from IFLA’s (International Federation of Library Associations) FIAFE (Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression).

The new Spotlight report is titled “Data driven futures – censorship takes new forms” and was written by Päivikki Karhula, a researcher from the School of Information Sciences, from the University of Tampere, Finland.

Topics Covered Include:

  • Freedom of speech and censorship – project
  • Surveillance and censorship intertwined
  • Who controls the internet?
  • Paradoxes of democracy
  • Big media – concentration, globalization and user data
  • Media redefined
  • Big data
  • Information regime and respect for the user
  • References
  • Additional information & contacts
  • Project on social media

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