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Internet Policy Review: Journal on Internet Regulation

2013 - 2020

From Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG), Berlin
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Volume 9, issue 1, 2020

The crucial and contested global public good: principles and goals in global internet governance pp. 1-22 Downloads
Hans Morten Haugen
The regulation of abusive activity and content: a study of registries' terms of service pp. 1-22 Downloads
Sebastian Felix Schwemer

Volume 8, issue 4, 2019

Algorithmic governance pp. 1-18 Downloads
Christian Katzenbach and Lena Ulbricht
Data-driven political campaigns in practice: understanding and regulating diverse data-driven campaigns pp. 1-18 Downloads
Katharine Dommett
Data campaigning: between empirics and assumptions pp. 1-18 Downloads
Jessica Baldwin-Philippi
Unpacking the "European approach" to tackling challenges of disinformation and political manipulation pp. 1-22 Downloads
Iva Nenadić
Platform transience: changes in Facebook's policies, procedures, and affordances in global electoral politics pp. 1-22 Downloads
Bridget Barrett and Daniel Kreiss
Data-driven elections: implications and challenges for democratic societies pp. 1-16 Downloads
Colin J. Bennett and David Lyon
Platform ad archives: promises and pitfalls pp. 1-21 Downloads
Paddy Leerssen, Jef Ausloos, Brahim Zarouali, Natali Helberger and Claes H. de Vreese
Platformisation pp. 1-13 Downloads
Thomas Poell, David Nieborg and José van Dijck
WhatsApp and political instability in Brazil: targeted messages and political radicalisation pp. 1-23 Downloads
Rafael Evangelista and Fernanda Bruno
The digital commercialisation of US politics — 2020 and beyond pp. 1-23 Downloads
Jeff Chester and Kathryn C. Montgomery
Tax compliance and privacy rights in profiling and automated decision making pp. 1-19 Downloads
Luisa Scarcella
On the edge of glory (…or catastrophe): regulation, transparency and party democracy in data-driven campaigning in Québec pp. 1-19 Downloads
Eric Montigny, Philippe Dubois and Thierry Giasson
The regulation of online political micro-targeting in Europe pp. 1-20 Downloads
Tom Dobber, Ronan Ó Fathaigh and Frederik J. Zuiderveen Borgesius
Datafication pp. 1-10 Downloads
Ulises A. Mejias and Nick Couldry
Defining concepts of the digital society pp. 1-6 Downloads
Christian Katzenbach and Thomas Christian Bächle
Cranks, clickbait and cons: on the acceptable use of political engagement platforms pp. 1-27 Downloads
Fenwick McKelvey
Voter preferences, voter manipulation, voter analytics: policy options for less surveillance and more autonomy pp. 1-24 Downloads
Jacquelyn Burkell and Priscilla M. Regan
Disinformation optimised: gaming search engine algorithms to amplify junk news pp. 1-24 Downloads
Samantha Bradshaw
Filter bubble pp. 1-14 Downloads
Axel Bruns
Privacy pp. 1-14 Downloads
Tobias Matzner and Carsten Ochs

Volume 8, issue 3, 2019

New perspectives on ethics and the laws of artificial intelligence pp. 1-19 Downloads
Eduardo Magrani

Volume 8, issue 2, 2019

Zombie contracts, dark patterns of design, and 'documentisation' pp. 1-25 Downloads
Kristin B. Cornelius
Making sense of data ethics. The powers behind the data ethics debate in European policymaking pp. 1-19 Downloads
Gry Hasselbalch
A guideline for understanding and measuring algorithmic governance in everyday life pp. 1-19 Downloads
Michael Latzer and Noemi Festic
The algorithmic dance: YouTube's Adpocalypse and the gatekeeping of cultural content on digital platforms pp. 1-21 Downloads
Sangeet Kumar
Citizen or consumer? Contrasting Australia and Europe's data protection policies pp. 1-16 Downloads
James Meese, Punit Jagasia and James Arvanitakis
Making data colonialism liveable: how might data's social order be regulated? pp. 1-16 Downloads
Nick Couldry and Ulises Mejias
Mediated democracy – Linking digital technology to political agency pp. 1-18 Downloads
Jeanette Hofmann
Reading between the lines and the numbers: an analysis of the first NetzDG reports pp. 1-18 Downloads
Amélie Heldt
Reframing platform power pp. 1-18 Downloads
José van Dijck, David Nieborg and Thomas Poell
The platform governance triangle: conceptualising the informal regulation of online content pp. 1-22 Downloads
Robert Gorwa
How US-made rules shape internet governance in China pp. 1-22 Downloads
Natasha Tusikov
Technology, autonomy, and manipulation pp. 1-22 Downloads
Daniel Susser, Beate Roessler and Helen Nissenbaum
Net neutrality regulation and the participatory condition pp. 1-15 Downloads
Tamara Shepherd
The 'golden view': data-driven governance in the scoring society pp. 1-24 Downloads
Lina Dencik, Joanna Redden, Arne Hintz and Harry Warne
The recursivity of internet governance research pp. 1-10 Downloads
José van Dijck and Bernhard Rieder

Volume 8, issue 1, 2019

Data and digital rights: recent Australian developments pp. 1-19 Downloads
Gerard Goggin, Ariadne Vromen, Kimberlee Weatherall, Fiona Martin and Lucy Sunman
Does everyone have a price? Understanding people's attitude towards online and offline price discrimination pp. 1-20 Downloads
Joost Poort and Frederik J. Zuiderveen Borgesius
Operationalising communication rights: the case of a "digital welfare state" pp. 1-17 Downloads
Marko Ala-Fossi, Anette Alén-Savikko, Jockum Hilden, Minna Aslama Horowitz, Johanna Jääsaari, Kari Karppinen, Katja Lehtisaari and Hannu Nieminen
Editorial – Communication and internet policy: a critical rights-based history and future pp. 1-16 Downloads
Aphra Kerr, Francesca Musiani and Julia Pohle
Counter-terrorism in Ethiopia: manufacturing insecurity, monopolizing speech pp. 1-22 Downloads
Téwodros W. Workneh
Empire and the megamachine: comparing two controversies over social media content pp. 1-18 Downloads
Stephanie Hill
Beyond 'zero sum': the case for context in regulating zero rating in the global South pp. 1-26 Downloads
Guy Thurston Hoskins

Volume 7, issue 4, 2018

Privatised enforcement and the right to freedom of expression in a world confronted with terrorism propaganda online pp. 1-17 Downloads
Eugénie Coche
After the (virtual) gold rush: is Bitcoin more than a speculative bubble? pp. 1-22 Downloads
Maxime Lambrecht and Louis Larue

Volume 7, issue 3, 2018

Disrupting the disruptive: making sense of app blocking in Brazil pp. 1-16 Downloads
Jacqueline de Souza Abreu
Collectively exercising the right of access: individual effort, societal effect pp. 1-23 Downloads
René L. P. Mahieu, Hadi Asghari and Michel van Eeten

Volume 7, issue 2, 2018

Big crisis data: generality-singularity tensions pp. 1-12 Downloads
Karolin Eva Kappler
What kind of cyber security? Theorising cyber security and mapping approaches pp. 1-19 Downloads
Laura Fichtner
Networked publics: multi-disciplinary perspectives on big policy issues pp. 1-15 Downloads
William H. Dutton
Cryptographic imaginaries and the networked public pp. 1-16 Downloads
Sarah Myers West
Political topic-communities and their framing practices in the Dutch Twittersphere pp. 1-16 Downloads
Maranke Wieringa, Daniela van Geenen, Mirko Tobias Schäfer and Ludo Gorzeman
Standard form contracts and a smart contract future pp. 1-18 Downloads
Kristin B. Cornelius
Not just one, but many 'Rights to be Forgotten' pp. 1-18 Downloads
Geert Van Calster, Alejandro Gonzalez Arreaza and Elsemiek Apers
Algorithmic governance and the need for consumer empowerment in data-driven markets pp. 1-13 Downloads
Stefan Larsson

Volume 7, issue 1, 2018

Neutrality, fairness or freedom? Principles for platform regulation pp. 1-19 Downloads
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