Post Tagged with: "telecommunications policy"

Edel Rodriguez
Commentary and OpEds / In The News / New York Times

New York Times: Hungary’s Crackdown on the Press

(This originally appeared as “Hungary’s Crackdown on the Media“.) BUDAPEST — The European Union faces a challenging conundrum. While Hungary has embarked on building Europe’s most controlled media system, the European Commission just agreed in August to provide the country with nearly 22 billion euros of economic assistance. Hungary has […]

Academic Articles / Publications

Telecom Policy Across the Former Yugoslavia: Incentives, Challenges, and Lessons Learned

What is the recipe for good information policy? Hosman and Howard address this in an emerging economy context through case studies of six states that arose following the dissolution of the former Yugoslavia. These new nations pursued differing information policy paths that led to diverse outcomes. The authors find, in […]

The Atlantic:  Why Governments Use Broadcast TV and Dissidents Use Twitter
Commentary and OpEds / In The News / The Atlantic

The Atlantic: Why Governments Use Broadcast TV and Dissidents Use Twitter

(This originally appeared as “Why Governments Use Broadcast TV and Dissidents Use Twitter” on The Atlantic.com)   Last March I was walking past Gezi Park with a Turkish friend at dusk. He had just joined me from prayers and I asked him what he thought about the brewing debate over […]

TechPresident:  Singapore Doesn’t Always Need Internet Censorship to Silence Critics
Commentary and OpEds / In The News / TechPresident

TechPresident: Singapore Doesn’t Always Need Internet Censorship to Silence Critics

(This originally appeared as “Singapore Doesn’t Always Need Internet Censorship to Silence Critics” on TechPresident.  Redux + additional links on Freedom to Tinker.)   Singapore likes to promote itself as a business-friendly country where the government has a soft touch. But by firing a professor known for criticizing the government’s censorship strategies, […]