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See detailParis and Nice terrorist attacks: Exploring Twitter and web archives
Schafer, Valerie UL; Truc, Gérôme; Badouard, Romain et al

in Media, War and Conflict (2019)

The attacks suffered by France in January and November 2015, and then in the course of 2016, especially the Nice attack, provoked intense online activity both during the events and in the months that ... [more ▼]

The attacks suffered by France in January and November 2015, and then in the course of 2016, especially the Nice attack, provoked intense online activity both during the events and in the months that followed. The digital traces left by this reactivity and reactions to events gave rise, from the very first days and even hours after the attacks, to a ‘real-time’ institutional archiving by the National Library of France (Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF) and the National Audio-visual Institute (Institut national de l’audiovisuel, Ina). The results amount to millions of archived tweets and URLs. This article sets out to explore the creation and the temporalities of this ‘born-digital’ heritage. It seeks to highlight the most significant issues guiding initial research carried out on these relatively unedited corpora, from collection to exploitation, online stream of data to its mediation and re-composition. [less ▲]

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See detailInternet : A Political Issue for Europe (1970s – 2010s)
Badouard, Romain; Schafer, Valerie UL

in Bishop, Jonathan (Ed.) Transforming Politics and Policy in the Digital Age (2014)

How has the Internet come about in Europe? How did the “network of networks” and ICTs become political stakes for EU institutions? This chapter proposes to shed light on facts, limits and tensions of the ... [more ▼]

How has the Internet come about in Europe? How did the “network of networks” and ICTs become political stakes for EU institutions? This chapter proposes to shed light on facts, limits and tensions of the building of a political Union in the ICT regulation field. It analyses the role of various stakeholders, from technical experts to ordinary citizens, according to an historical approach structured around three key notions: appropriating, governing and using the Internet. By studying a relatively long period (from the 1970s to the early 2010s), and by observing the Internet as a tool for both internal consolidation, and for asserting the EU on the international stage, we intend to map out the main features and trends that structure the European relationship to the “network of networks”. We thus show that the Internet’s political dimension encompasses numerous and heterogeneous issues in the European context. [less ▲]

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