Social Science Research Network

Broadband to the Neighborhood: Digital Divides in Detroit

The results of a study of Internet (non)use in three neighborhoods of Detroit, Michigan. The findings of this study identify key digital divides within these neighborhoods, and illuminate a common pattern of Internet use in the city – what might b

Transatlantic Data Privacy

International flows of personal information are more significant than ever, but differences in transatlantic data privacy law imperil this data trade.

When Media Companies Insist They're Not Media Companies and Why It Matters for Communications Policy

A common position amongst online content providers/aggregators is their resistance to being characterized as media companies.