Journal of Digital Media & Policy 12.1 is out now! (Special Issue: ‘COVID-19 and Digital Media Policy’)

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Intellect is pleased to announce that Journal of Digital Media & Policy 12.1 is out now! 

 

Special Issue: ‘COVID-19 and Digital Media Policy’

 

For more information about the issue and journal, click here >> https://www.intellectbooks.com/journal-of-digital-media-policy

 

Aims & Scope

 

This peer-reviewed journal explores the digital media landscape, with content ranging from critical work on technology, industry and regulatory convergence, to emerging wider socio-cultural and political questions such as the application of online networks, the rise of cloud computing and the Internet of Things.

 

Issue 12.1 

 

Editorial

JOCK GIVEN, PETROS IOSIFIDIS AND MICHAEL KLONTZAS 

 

Articles

 

Trusting and valuing news in a pandemic: Attitudes to online news media content during COVID-19 and policy implications 

TERRY FLEW

 

Balancing protection of public health and freedom of information in times of COVID-19 

ANDREI RICHTER

 

Trends in East Asian policies on digital surveillance tools during the COVID-19 pandemic 

ELENA SHERSTOBOEVA AND VALENTINA PAVLENKO

 

(Open Access) Digital dilemmas in the (post-)pandemic state: Surveillance and information rights in South Korea

 

KYONG YOON

 

What’s next for social media companies? The digital regulatory scene in Turkey during the COVID-19 pandemic

ASLI TUNÇ

 

Cybertarianism further exposed: Chile, Colombia, Mexico and the COVID-19 conjuncture 

ANDRÉ DORCÉ RAMOS, ENRIQUE URIBEJONGBLOED, JORGE ANTONIO SAAVEDRA UTMAN AND TOBY MILLER

 

Public policies of connectivity in Latin America in the context of COVID-19 

BERNADETTE CALIFANO AND MARTÍN BECERRA

 

(Open Access) Municipal digital infrastructure and the COVID-19 pandemic: A case study of Calgary, Canada

GREGORY TAYLOR, KATELYN ANDERSON AND DANA CRAMER

 

Government repression disguised as anti-disinformation action: Digital journalists’ perception of COVID-19 policies in Hungary 

KONRAD BLEYER-SIMON 

 

Commentaries

 

From social distancing to digital un-distancing: The COVID-19 pandemic and new challenges for digital policy in the cultural and audiovisual sectors 

OLGA KOLOKYTHA AND KRISZTINA ROZGONYI

 

Section 230 and global content moderation: Uncertainty in the time of COVID-19 

MELINDA SEBASTIAN 

 

Book Reviews

 

Social Media Entertainment: The New Intersection of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, Stuart Cunningham and David Craig (2019) 

TOM EVENS

 

Consumer Identities: Agency, Media, and Digital Culture, Candice D. Roberts and Myles Ethan Lascity (eds) (2019) 

M. B. KIRCHEN

 

Digital Democracy, Social Media and Disinformation, Petros Iosifidis and Nicholas Nicoli (2021)

THEODORA A. MANIOU