The Lolcat Theory of Internet Law

An Xiao Mina, Memes to Movements (2019). James Grimmelmann Any Internet regulation—from privacy to copyright to hate speech to network neutrality—must take account of the complex and messy dynamics of meme-fueled conflicts. And for that,  An Xiao Mina‘s Memes to Movements is an essential guide. Mina is not a traditional academic. She is a technologist, artist, and critic; her day job is Director of Products at Meedan, which builds tools for global journalism. But Memes to Movements draws fluently on cutting-edge work by scholars like Alice Marwick and Rebecca Lewis, Whitney Phillips, and Sasha Costanza-Chock, among many others. It is an outstanding synthesis, beautifully and clearly written, that gives an insightful overview of media and politics circa 2019. Continue reading "The Lolcat Theory of Internet Law"The post The Lolcat Theory of Internet Law appeared first on Jotwell.

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