Category: News

News relating to the Frontiers of New Media Symposium.

Did the kill-switch really kill the internet? Technology and communication through the Libya Crisis

Laura Morris, “Did the kill-switch really kill the internet? Technology and communication through the Libya Crisis," 21 September 2013.

Closing Remarks

Robert Gehl & Sean Lawson, "Closing Remarks," September 21, 2013.

Zones of Opacity: DHS Fusion Centers and the Future of Security

Torin Monahan, “Zones of Opacity: DHS Fusion Centers and the Future of Security,” September 21, 2013.

New Media, New Power? From Biopower to Infopower

Colin Koopman, “New Media, New Power? From Biopower to Infopower," September 21, 2013.

Gendered and Racialized Identities in Social Media

Rachel Dubrofsky: “Gendered and Racialized Identities in Social Media," September 21, 2013.

De-materializing Copyright on the Electronic Frontier

Dan Burk, “De-materializing Copyright on the Electronic Frontier," September 21, 2013.

From the Wild Wild West to the Global City: Spatial Metaphors across Internet history on the globalizing and architecting of digital space

Payal Arora: “From the Wild Wild West to the Global City: Spatial Metaphors across Internet history on the globalizing and architecting of digital space," September 21, 2013

The Personal is Published: Exploring Utopia from Zines to Blogs

Alice Marwick: “The Personal is Published: Exploring Utopia from Zines to Blogs,” September 21, 2013. [jwplayer mediaid="786"]

Exposed to the Market: Credit Reporting and the Problem of Surveillance in American History

Ken Lipartito: “Exposed to the Market: Credit Reporting and the Problem of Surveillance in American History, September 21, 2013.

Dr. Geert Lovink Keynote Address

Dr. Geert Lovink, “Social Media Discontent: Designing Alternative Platforms and Organized Networks,” Sept. 21, 2013.