• Book Review: The Spectacle 2.0: Reading Debord in the Context of Digital Capitalism

  • Digital Demagogue book launch has been rescheduled to Thursday 5 April

  • Pressing Pause: Critical Reflections from the History of Media Studies

  • Consent as Fiction? The Social Reality of Data Protection in the Case of Facebook

  • Interview with Lewis Dartnell, Professor of Science Communication

  • Digital Demagogue Competition: Books for Memes

  • tripleC special issue: Academic Labour, Digital Media and Capitalism

  • New article in tripleC: Smileys Without Borders. A Critique of Transboundary Interaction Between Politicians, Journalists and PR practitioners on Social Media

  • Rahel Süß reviews Trevor G. Smith’s “Politicizing Digital Space: Theory, The Internet, and Renewing Democracy” in tripleC

  • WIAS hosted major book launch of Michael Hardt and Toni Negri’s “Assembly”