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Time for debate about the societal impact of the Internet of Things

On 17 April 2013, the US Federal Trade Commission published a call for inputs on the ‘consumer privacy and security issues posed by the...

Online collective action and policy change: new special issue from Policy and Internet

The Internet has multiplied the platforms available to influence public opinion and policy making. It has also provided citizens with a greater capacity for...

Experiments are the most exciting thing on the UK public policy horizon

Experiments - or more technically, Randomised Control Trials - are the most exciting thing on the UK public policy horizon. In 2010, the incoming...

Papers on Policy, Activism, Government and Representation: New Issue of Policy and Internet

We are pleased to present the combined third and fourth issue of Volume 4 of Policy and Internet. It contains eleven articles, each of...

eHealth: what is needed at the policy level? New special issue from Policy and...

The explosive growth of the Internet and its omnipresence in people's daily lives has facilitated a shift in information seeking on health, with the...

New issue of Policy and Internet (2,1)

Welcome to the second issue of Policy & Internet and the first issue of 2010! We are pleased to present six articles that spread...