Threats to Freedom, Privacy and the Public Sphere in the Age of Social Media and Mass Surveillance

Professor Christian Fuchs asks: What are the implications of economic and political control of social media for freedom, privacy and the public sphere - in the age of Edward Snowden’s revelations about Internet mass surveillance, a long-lasting socio-economic crisis, and the sustained critique of the likes of Facebook, Google, and other related global online advertising agencies?

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