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[Commlist] JIP Special Issue on Communication Rights published

Thu Jan 14 18:46:23 GMT 2021

The Journal of Information Policy is pleased to announce the launch of our new special issue “Communication Rights in the Digital Age” edited by Minna Aslama Horowitz, Hannu Nieminen and Amit Schejter. With the publication of this issue, we have completed Volume 10 of the Journal! The issue presents articles originating from the international conference Communication Rights in the Digital Age, which took place in Helsinki in 2019.

The studies in this issue demonstrate the policies, dilemmas, and contexts within communication rights from a variety of perspectives. They highlight new dilemmas and actors of communication rights in the digital era, but also how old policy issues emerge, are framed, and can be studied.

The special issue, as well as all 10 volumes of the Journal of Information Policy are freely available via <>

Table of Contents:

Introduction: Communication Rights in the Digital Age

Minna Aslama Horowitz, Hannu Nieminen and Amit M. Schejter <>

Four Discourses of Digital Rights: Promises and Problems of Rights-Based Politics

Kari Karppinen and Outi Puukko <>

Conducting Critical Analysis on International Communication Rights Standards: The

Normand Landry, Anne-Marie Pilote and Anne-Marie Brunelle <>

Frozen 2: Communication Rights and the Thaw of Public Funding in Small Media Systems

Manuel Puppis, Hilde Van den Bulck and Etienne Bürdel <>

Public Service Media as a Political Issue: How Does the European Parliament Approach PSM and Communication Rights?

Marta Rodríguez-Castro, Francisco Campos-Freire and Ana López-Cepeda <>

Stop Spreading The Data: PSM, Trust, and Third-Party Services

Jannick Kirk Sørensen, Hilde Van den Bulck and Sokol Kosta <>

The Functions of Data in the Competition between Audiovisual Media and Video Sharing Platforms for Advertising

Sally Broughton Micova and Sabine Jacques <>

Communication Rights for Social Bots?: Options for the Governance of Automated Computer-Generated Online Identities

Stefano Pedrazzi and Franziska Oehmer <>

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