Dissent and the 2016 Election

December 17, 2015 nyupressblog 3

—Ralph Young There have been many times of crisis throughout American history when some citizens completely lose faith in the political process. Invariably such times lead to a rise of uncompromising radicals on the fringes

The Right to Be Forgotten

September 9, 2015 nyupressblog 0

—Meg Leta Jones “Worse than Orwell” is a pretty serious insult in the privacy policy arena, but that is the way the new United Nations rapporteur on privacy, Joseph Cannataci, expressed his dismay with British

Comment forums reveal GOP dissatisfaction

July 30, 2015 nyupressblog 1

—Karen S. Hoffman [This post is part of the 2016 election series, curated by Victoria A. Farrar-Myers and Justin S. Vaughn, co-editors of Controlling the Message.] Since the 2012 election cycle the role of digital politics continues to

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