BY JASON HANNAN| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |22/07/2017
Our dominant media shape not just content, but the entire affective structure of public discourse,
BY RAJEESH KUMAR| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |19/07/2017
A social media campaign backing Kerala actor Dileep shows how public opinion can be turned in favour of someone accused in a sexual assault case
BY JENNIFER BECKETT| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |05/07/2017
“Trolling” is different from flaming or doxing, as it is from cyberstalking, cyberviolence and cyberhate,
Although Buzzfeed has retained its original quirkiness, its increasingly serious news agenda serves audiences often not regularly exposed to political information.
Should what is not accepted on the streets be accepted online, ask the Germans as they prepare to pass a new law. Facebook’s inconsistent guidelines are damning,
BY MOAZUM MOHAMMAD| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |16/05/2017
Two weeks into the ban, the question to ask is whether the situation has improved and whether protests in Kashmir have abated.
When Mark Zuckerberg said “Live is like having a TV camera in your pocket” he did not anticipate what Facebook’s new feature might trigger in a conflict situation,
BY SHAHNAZ BASHIR| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |18/04/2017
The media are doing a grave disservice to the realities of Kashmir in the way they brazenly distort and misinform. It angers Kashmiris,
BY MOAZUM MOHAMMAD| IN DIGITAL MEDIA |09/04/2017
Youths posting videos of clashes and urging people to help militants escape presents a new problem for the security forces
By analyzing 16 million comments made on CNN.com and conducting an online controlled experiment, we identified two key factors that can lead ordinary people to troll.
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Was the media complicit in broadcasting misinformation about NDTV? The channel thinks so.  It said in a statement that the press had gone by a misleading press release of the income tax department regarding the ruling of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal suggesting that ITAT had accepted claims of money laundering. It said "the ITAT has refused to accept the allegation of the I-T department that there was any money-laundering by NDTV or Dr Prannoy Roy. (this is clearly mentioned in para 103 of its judgment)".            

The Washingtonian.com reports that the Washington Post has a new social media policy which says staffers can be fired if their social-media activity "adversely affects The Post's customers advertisers, subscribers, vendors, suppliers or partners." The paper's guild is opposing the policy.                  

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