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COM 107, Week 4 Notes

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Chapter 2: The Internet, Digital Media, and Media Convergence
Communications and Society
R. Ford
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communication, Intro to Communication, Communication 1, Communications, Internet, digital media, Media and Society, Media, media convergence
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Date Created: 09/23/16
Chapter 2: The Internet, Digital Media, and Media Convergence Social Media and Democracy  Tools for democracy and for undermining repressive regimes o Arab Spring protests o Occupy Wall Street movement o Increasing mass communication and exposure to the outside world in China  Lots of these things started online User Links Through Telephone Cables and Wires  Internet service providers Ownership and Control of the Internet  Connected three issues o Security of personal and private information o Appropriateness of online materials o Accessibility and openness of the internet  Who’s really controlling the internet? o Google, Facebook, Microsoft, etc. Targeted Advertising and Data Mining  Advertising is part of social networking sites, email, and IM  Modern marketing relies on data mining o E-commerce o Cookies o Spyware o Opt-in and opt-out policies Security: The Challenge to Keep Personal Information Private  Whenever you use the internet you give away personal information o Government surveillance of online activity allowed by the PATRIOT Act o Identity theft results in about $3.4 billion each year in the United States Digital Divide  Growing contract between “information haves” and “information have-nots”  Smart phones help narrow the gap  Still a big gap between the U.S. and the rest of the world Net Neutrality” Maintaining an Open Internet  Every website and user has the right to the same internet network speed and access  Major telephone and cable companies want to offer faster connections and priority in those willing to pay higher rates o Lack of privacy, too much governmental control


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