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Survival of Quality Content


In contemporary digital society content is difficult to monetize because we see large international players such as Google and Facebook functioning as content portals and we see a mobile culture where devices are customized and ads therefore intrusive. How does quality content survive in the digital society? Do users want to pay for content, what kind of content, and does that correspond with the content we as a society need?

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2020.01.28 | DATALAB, Disinformation, Data sharing and privacy, Algorithmic operation and control, Survival of Quality Content

DATALAB contributes to AoIR’s Internet Research Ethics Guidelines 3.0

As a reaction to new technological developments, including the political and institutional pressure on researchers, the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) has recently published the third edition of guidelines for ethics in Internet Research: “Ethical Guidelines 3.0” (IRE 3.0).

2019.09.10 | DATALAB, Disinformation, Survival of Quality Content, Data sharing and privacy

DATALAB delivers first report as a part of EU project SOMA

The growth of social media and the availability of social media data has opened up new opportunities for researchers and journalists, but social media companies are making it increasingly difficult to obtain comprehensive access to data. This is the subject of the latest report to the European Commission delivered by DATALAB as part of the SOMA…

2019.05.10 | Disinformation, DATALAB, Survival of Quality Content

New EU research center launched at disinformation conference

Research in information disorder on social media will be focal point of a new research center hosted by DATALAB. The center was officially opened on Monday May 6th at a disinformation conference.