Cyberculture agenda: Facebook on relations…”Linking to free web content is legal…

This research is courtesy of Sander Duivestein, professional speaker and trendwatcher atVINT, the International Research Institute of Sogeti, and Patrick Savalle, founder and technical director at Mobbr crowd payments.

Linking to content on free websites does not infringe copyright, says EU Court of Justice

europe-flagThe European Commission has released a new report on the film viewing habits of Europeans this week.

The report, titled ?A profile of current and future audiovisual audience?, draws its conclusions based on a survey of 4,608 respondents between the ages of 4 and 50 scattered across Europe. The participants were taken from a representative sample of ten different countries including France, Germany and the UK.

In the past few years, the science of Internet trollology has made some strides. Last year, for instance, we learned that by hurling insults and inciting discord in online comment sections, so-called Internet trolls (who are frequently anonymous) have a polarizing effect on audiences, leading to politicization, rather than deeper understanding of scientific topics.

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