June 2013

Further notes from China and the New Internet World conferences in Oxford 14-15 June, 2013

As Barbara Schulte earlier wrote on this blog, several of us from the Digital China group attended the China and the New Internet World conferences in Oxford last week. It was a good opportunity to meet many of the scholars working in the field, listen to current debates, and be updated on recent research. Scholars from different disciplines discussed a … Continue reading

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Notes from the June 14 ICA 2013 Preconference “China and the New Internet World”

Today I and some of my colleagues from Lund’s Digital China Project have attended the ICA 2013 Preconference “China and the New Internet World” in Oxford, UK, addressing several questions around the impact of the Internet on China, and of China on the Internet. As pointed out in the introductory panel, not only the number of Chinese Internet users is … Continue reading

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The Sprayers of the World Wide Web – or about Fighting Surrogate Battles

Some weeks ago, Karl had a blog here about the right to be forgotten and the dilemma one faces when transplanting this right into the digital age: things, once in the World Wide Web, remain glued to the digital collective memory – substantiated claims and little jokes alike. Graffiti (in the real world) often works the other way round – … Continue reading

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