Christian Fuchs is a critical theorist, writer, and academic who studies the role of communication and digital media in society. He is a professor at the University of Westminster, co-editor of the open access journal tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique - http://www.triple-c.at and author of books such as "Digital Demagogue: Authoritarian Capitalism in the Age of Trump and Twitter", "Social Media: A Critical Introduction" or "Critical Theory of Communication" Web: http://fuchs.uti.at
Google and Facebook control about two thirds of the revenues in the online advertising market. Their duopoly poses problems for the continued existence and funding of journalism
Alternative forms of political online communication must be actively fostered
29/12/2017 15:29 GMT
Companies and the UK government pulled advertisements from YouTube after it had been revealed that some of these organisations' ads were presented together with videos featuring anti-Semitism, white supremacist ideology, hate speech inciting violence, and right-wing extremism...
28/03/2017 13:08 BST
18/01/2017 15:32 GMT
Risk is the insurance's commodity: Humans are looking for certainty in an uncertain world and insurance companies promise them means of managing risk. Insurance companies' capital accumulation model is that they seek for ways of minimising the number of actual insurance events in order to maximise their profits.
04/11/2016 14:18 GMT
There is much talk about the sharing- and gig-economy. The basic idea is that mediated by apps and the Internet, humans share information, data, goods, services, their location, property, or animals.
01/11/2016 13:59 GMT
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