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|Title:||Social media regulation: why we must ensure it is democratic and inclusive|
Ashton, Natalie Alana
Social media regulation
|Publisher:||The Conversation Trust|
|Citation:||Cruft R & Ashton NA (2022) Social media regulation: why we must ensure it is democratic and inclusive. The Conversation. 27.04.2022.|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: News that the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, is buying Twitter has sent the world into a spin, dividing those who advocate for unfettered free speech – like Musk – and those who believe that some platforms wield too much power and influence. But the ultimate outcome for Twitter may depend heavily on social media regulation.|
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