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Co-regulatory trends in online regulation
Differing opinions, overruling and problems in cooperation
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In the past it was an organization who would deliver information on its website and the public had to be consumers only. Nowadays with the help of Social Networking Sites [SNS] the 'consumers' are becoming 'sellers' too. Everyone can develop the information he/she likes and thus be a part of a large mass media community.
How is internet media different from other forms of media (print, television, radio)? I think that certain properties of the internet allow for content in this medium to be more interactive and less hierarchal. For example, look at WIKI and SLASHDOT. Ultimately, does the Internet allow for more participation than other mediums? I think the internet allows for more participation than other medium of media in the sense that there is instant feedback on any issue and topic b
Показать всеut other media still have to consult before they can make any ontribution.This is just my opinion on this topic.
The great thing about the internet is that it is a true "free marketplace"...Any schmoe with a little money and an idea can throw something up there.
Media in America is controlled by a few companies...Clearchannel, Infinity, Viacom(MTV, Paramount), GE (NBC, Universal), FOX, Time-Warner, etc. Radio is the perfect example...It used to be a lot like the internet, with a lot of regional freedom and such. But now basically two companies determine what songs all of America listens to, and it is just sickening.
The internet is wide open, and the possibilities are so exciting! So many artist with no outlet are now expressing themselves, and since theoretically the entire world has access, the potential to cross cultural boundaries, to redefine understandings of different societies through this medium, the internet could be the biggest and most important thing to happen to the human race in a long time.
A lot of societal hatred and bigotry has been perpetuated by the control of media by a few people. Look at North Korea, for example. The government controls the media absolutely, and I guarantee you most North Koreans think of the western world with hatred and fear. A lot of the hatred in the middle east can be traced to the perpetuation of stereo-types by the government controlled media. If everyone has access to other cultures without the filter placed on them by governments and corporations, just think of the possibilities...
Personally I believe the internet is about the most important development in communications since, well, probably up there with paper, ink, and mass production from printing presses. Скрыть
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