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Post-Snowden Internet Policy

Communication Policy & Technology Section
Media and Communication

The latest issue of Media and Communication (Vol. 5, issue 1, 2017) focuses on "Post-Snowden Internet Policy". The issue was guest-edited by Julia Pohle, vice-chair of the International Association for Media and Communication Research's Communication Policy and Technology Section, and Leo Van Audenhove, a member of the section. The issue was co-sponsored by the Communication Policy and Technology Section and includes several articles by members of IAMCR and the section.

Media and Communication is an open access journal and all articles are freely accessible at http://www.cogitatiopress.com/mediaandcommunication/issue/view/59

Table of Contents

  • Post-Snowden Internet Policy: Between Public Outrage, Resistance and Policy Change - Julia Pohle and Leo Van Audenhove
  • Outrage without Consequences? Post-Snowden Discourses and Governmental Practice in Germany - Stefan Steiger , Wolf J. Schünemann and Katharina Dimmroth
  • Intelligence Reform and the Snowden Paradox: The Case of France - Félix Tréguer
  • Networked Authoritarianism and the Geopolitics of Information: Understanding Russian Internet Policy - Nathalie Maréchal
  • Migrating Servers, Elusive Users: Reconfigurations of the Russian Internet in the Post-Snowden Era - Ksenia Ermoshina and Francesca Musiani
  • Clipper Meets Apple vs. FBI—A Comparison of the Cryptography Discourses from 1993 and 2016
    Matthias Schulze
  • Corporate Privacy Policy Changes during PRISM and the Rise of Surveillance Capitalism - Priya Kumar
  • Metadata Laws, Journalism and Resistance in Australia - Benedetta Brevini