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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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Crowdsourcing Translation During Crisis Situations: Are ‘Real Voices’ Being Excluded from the Decisions and Policies it Supports?
International NGOs and government actors have embraced crowdsourcing to manage the flood of information produced during crisis. However, when crowdsourced material crosses the language barrier into English, it often becomes inaccessible to the original contributors. Gwyneth Sutherlin is a doctoral … Continue reading →
We are pleased to present the combined third and fourth issue of Volume 4 of Policy and Internet. It contains eleven articles, each of which investigates the relationship between Internet-based applications and data and the policy process. The papers have … Continue reading →
Social Media Webcasts now online: blogs and news, politics, science and datasharing, impact of social media, and ‘the growth of the corporate blog’
This is the moment I have been slightly waiting for. Having looked forward to the recent Social Media Convention (18 September 2009) for months, I realised fairly late the night before that .. well .. I knew that everything was going … Continue reading →