Our work on Internet censorship and UK riots: What people say

18Aug11

 Yesterday, the University of Greenwich has published on its website a Press Release on the research about UK riots I have been doing with Antonio A. Casilli:

 Others have commented on our research on how censorship may change the pattern of violence. In particular, so far:

 Thank you to all those who have contributed to the debate! Your comments, viewpoints and suggestions are most welcome.

Update as of 19th August 2011:

Also, our paper has made it to the top ten most downloaded in a number of SSRN e-journals: ERN: Conflict; Conflict Resolution; Alliances; PRN: Political Processes, Public Policies, Individual & Social Well-Being; PSN: Computational Models (Games) (Topic) and PSN: Other Games & Political Behavior (Topic).

Update as of 22nd August 2011:

The paper has also been listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for Conflict Studies eJournal, ERN: Conflict; Conflict Resolution; Alliances (Topic), Economics of Networks eJournal, Games & Political Behavior eJournal, ISN Subject Matter eJournals, Information Systems & eBusiness Network, Information Systems: Behavioral & Social Methods eJournal, Information Technology & Systems eJournal, Microeconomic Theory eJournals, Microeconomics: Welfare Economics & Collective Decision-Making eJournal, PRN Subject Matter eJournals, PRN: Authority, Legitimacy, Secession, Revolution, War, Diplomacy, Peace (Topic), PRN: Authority, Legitimacy, Secession, Revolution, War, Diplomacy, Peace (Topic), PRN: Political Processes, Public Policies, Individual & Social Well-Being (Topic), PRN: Social Norms & Institutions, Collective Action, Rational Choice (Topic), PRN: Social Norms & Institutions, Collective Action, Rational Choice (Topic), PSN Subject Matter eJournals, PSN: Computational Models (Games) (Topic), PSN: Conflict Processes (Topic), PSN: Conflict Resolution/Prevention/Management (Topic), PSN: Other Conflict Studies (Topic), PSN: Other Games & Political Behavior (Topic), Philosophy Research Network, Political Science Network, Social & Political Philosophy eJournal and ­Humanities Network.

Update as of 25th August 2011:

 Update 1st September 2011:

I gave an oral presentation of the work done at the Doctoral Summer School in which I lectured at the Porquerolles Island, 7th September 2011 (in French).

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