These are startling times in the history of media and information regulation.
Existing frameworks fray as disruption becomes the rule. Societies
dispute the way to define freedom of expression and, in fear of disappearing
stability, emphasize the establishment of order. Authoritarian tendencies
capture what were often invented as technologies of freedom. In this
environment, governments, the tech companies, and civil society all are in
search of redesigning and thereby guiding basic organizing principles. This
book excavates, develops, examines and tests a basic concept – the platform
as a central mode for classifying thought about this century’s experiments
in regulating speech and information flows.

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