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A new report from the Oxford Technology and Elections Commission (OxTEC) has found many of the self-regulatory measures taken by social media platforms have failed to prevent the spread of disinformation.
A new report from the Oxford Technology and Elections Commission (OxTEC) calls for changes to the current rules around digital political campaigning, to restore public trust in campaigns and elections more broadly.
Professor Andrew Przybylski, Director of Research at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford responds to the Immersive and Addictive Technologies Report, published by the Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee.
Research from the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), part of the University of Oxford, has revealed a rapid increase in use of the internet for commercial, banking and entertainment purposes.
A new report by the Oxford Technology and Elections Commission (OxTEC) has found significant variations in the approaches taken by governments across the world to dealing with disinformation, often referred to as ‘fake news’ in popular verbatim.
Professor Mark Graham and Professor William H. Dutton today launch a revised edition of their popular academic reader ‘Society and the Internet, How Networks of Information and Communication are Changing Our Lives’.
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