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Policy and Internet Journal
Policy & Internet investigates the implications of the Internet and associated technologies for public policy. It is edited by the Oxford Internet Institute for the Policy Studies Organization (PSO).
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- Online Crowd-sourcing of Scientific Data Could Document the Worldwide Loss of Glaciers to Climate Change
- Crowdsourcing Translation During Crisis Situations: Are ‘Real Voices’ Being Excluded from the Decisions and Policies it Supports?
- Time for Debate About the Societal Impact of the Internet of Things
- Why Do (Some) Political Protest Mobilisations Succeed?
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Welcome to the third issue of Policy & Internet for 2010. We are pleased to present five articles focusing on substantive public policy issues arising from widespread use of the Internet: regulation of trade in virtual goods; development of electronic … Continue reading
The first day of the conference found an end in style with a well-received reception at Oxford’s fine Divinity Schools. Day Two of the conference kicked off with panels on “Mobilisation and Agenda Setting”,“Virtual Goods” and “Comparative Campaigning”. ICTlogy has been busy summarising … Continue reading