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Internet Monitor 2014 : Reflections on the Digital World : Platforms, Policy, Privacy, and Public Discourse

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Internet Monitor 2014 : Reflections on the Digital World : Platforms, Policy, Privacy, and Public Discourse

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The Internet Monitor project’s second annual report—Internet Monitor 2014 : Reflections on the Digital World—is a collection of roughly three dozen short contributions that highlight and discuss some of the most compelling events and trends in the digitally networked environment over the past year. The report focuses on the interplay between technological platforms and policy ; growing tensions between protecting personal privacy and using big data for social good ; the implications of digital communications tools for public discourse and collective action ; and current debates around the future of Internet governance.

This year we are especially excited to share our "Year in Review" interactive timeline, which highlights the year’s most fascinating Internet-related news stories, from censorship to Heartbleed to the Pirate Bay raid just last week. We’ve also included a “By the Numbers” section that is slightly tongue-in-cheek and offers a look at the year’s "important" digital statistics such as the number of tweets per minute in 2014 (up 155,000 from last year) and the number of the top 100 accounts on Twitter that belong to Bollywood stars.





Data privacy chapter


Internet Monitor 2014 : Data and Privacy

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Articles source
https://thenetmonitor.org/research/2014/
http://ssrn.com/abstract=2538813