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* Web 2.0 sceptics: [[Jaron Lanier]], [[Nicholas Carr]], [[Evgeny Morozov]] [http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2011/jan/25/net-activism-delusion (review)], [[Clay Shirky]], [[Sherry Turkle]] [http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/jan/22/social-networking-cyber-scepticism-twitter (review)], [[Jodi Dean]] (communicative capitalism), [[Ippolita]]
 
* Web 2.0 sceptics: [[Jaron Lanier]], [[Nicholas Carr]], [[Evgeny Morozov]] [http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2011/jan/25/net-activism-delusion (review)], [[Clay Shirky]], [[Sherry Turkle]] [http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/jan/22/social-networking-cyber-scepticism-twitter (review)], [[Jodi Dean]] (communicative capitalism), [[Ippolita]]
  
==Publications==
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==Publications, Resources==
 
* [https://labs.rs/en/invisible-infrastructures-mobile-permissions/ "Invisible Infrastructures: Mobile permissions"], ''Share Lab'', 2 Mar 2015. On terms of services in apps.
 
* [https://labs.rs/en/invisible-infrastructures-mobile-permissions/ "Invisible Infrastructures: Mobile permissions"], ''Share Lab'', 2 Mar 2015. On terms of services in apps.
 
* [https://labs.rs/en/category/facebook-research/ "Facebook Algorithmic Factory"], parts 1-3, ''Share Lab'', 19-21 Aug 2016.
 
* [https://labs.rs/en/category/facebook-research/ "Facebook Algorithmic Factory"], parts 1-3, ''Share Lab'', 19-21 Aug 2016.
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* [https://www.theguardian.com/news/series/facebook-files Facebook Files] dossier, ''The Guardian'', May 2017. Analysis of leaked documents on how Facebook handles violence, abuse, hate speech, terrorist content, Holocaust denial, etc.
 
* [https://www.theguardian.com/news/series/facebook-files Facebook Files] dossier, ''The Guardian'', May 2017. Analysis of leaked documents on how Facebook handles violence, abuse, hate speech, terrorist content, Holocaust denial, etc.
 
* Wolfie Christl, ''[http://crackedlabs.org/en/corporate-surveillance/ Corporate Surveillance in Everyday Life. How Companies Collect, Combine, Analyze, Trade, and Use Personal Data on Billions. A Report by Cracked Labs]'', Vienna: Cracked Labs, Jun 2017, 93 pp, [[Media:Cracked_Labs_Corporate_Surveillance_in_Everyday_Life_2017.pdf|PDF]].  [https://nettime.org/Lists-Archives/nettime-l-1706/msg00023.html]
 
* Wolfie Christl, ''[http://crackedlabs.org/en/corporate-surveillance/ Corporate Surveillance in Everyday Life. How Companies Collect, Combine, Analyze, Trade, and Use Personal Data on Billions. A Report by Cracked Labs]'', Vienna: Cracked Labs, Jun 2017, 93 pp, [[Media:Cracked_Labs_Corporate_Surveillance_in_Everyday_Life_2017.pdf|PDF]].  [https://nettime.org/Lists-Archives/nettime-l-1706/msg00023.html]
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* [Object-Oriented Subject], a research blog by [[Lucia Dossin]] and [[Lídia Pereira]], Rotterdam, 2017ff.
 
* [https://labs.rs/en/ more from Share Lab].
 
* [https://labs.rs/en/ more from Share Lab].
* [http://monoskop.org/log/?tag=web-20 Publications on social media at Monoskop Log]
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* [http://monoskop.org/log/?tag=web-20 Publications on social media on Monoskop Log]
  
  
 
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