Two papers on censorship

Written by Terry Flew on December 28, 2015

I presented two papers at the ACADEMIC RESEARCH, NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES AND THE CULTURE OF CONTROL interdisciplinary workshop, at the University of Wollongong from 2-3 October, 2015. The event was hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Inquiry in the Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts, and organised by Mark McLelland and Andrew Whelan.

My public lecture for the Faculty, titled Porn, Censorship, Classification and Free Speech: Global Paradoxes in the Governance of Media Content, can now be downloaded

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Presentation to RuNET 2012 Conference

Written by Terry Flew on December 18, 2012

I was an invited participant to the RuNET 2012 Conference held in Moscow on 19 December 2012. I was asked to speak about the Australian debate about mandatory Internet filtering in light of digital economy developments, as this has parallels in current debates in Russia. The participation was electronic using Movi 4.2, reducing the cognitive dissonance between being in Brisbane where it is currently 35C, and Moscow where it is -20C.

The presentation is provided below.

RUNET 2012 Conference: the results

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Globalization, Media Policy and Regulatory Design

Written by Terry Flew on May 24, 2012

The Powerpoint slides for my presentation to Communications and Community, the 62nd International Communications Association Annual Conference, being held in Phoenix, AZ, USA, from May 24-28, 2012, can be accessed below. They draw upon a forthcoming paper to appear in the Australian Journal of Communication, Volume 39 Number 2, to appear in September 2012. A draft of that paper can be accessed here.

Ica presentation 2012

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