RESEARCH AGENDAS AND ROADMAPS - Public Deliverables
D1.1 State of the art research on Convergence and Social MediaDownload
D1.2 Future Research on Convergence and Social MediaDownload
D1.3 A compendium on R&D programmes/ activitiesDownload
D1.4 Report on Media Regulators & convergenceDownload
POLICIES AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS - Public Deliverables
D2.1 Report on current policy and regulatory frameworks in media and content convergenceDownload
D2.2 Report on national courts, social media and convergence
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D2.3 Report and recommendations about future policy and regulatory frameworksDownload
PRE-STANDARDISATION INITIATIVES - Public Deliverables
D3.1 Categories of pre-standardisation initiativesDownload
D3.2 Social Media Convergence in the European (pre)standardization policy impact assessment and stakeholders’ coordination
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D3.3 Report on Socio-Economic and Political Impact on Legacy Media and Social Media Convergence.Download
STAKEHOLDER SEMINARS - Public Deliverables
D4.1 Sofia SymposiumDownload
D4.2 Online International Symposium on 5G - 5W on 5G
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D4.3 Copenhagen Seminar (replaced with an online) eventDownload
D4.4 Riga SeminarDownload
D4.5 Bratislava SeminarDownload
D4.6 Ljubljana SeminarDownload
D4.7 Munich Seminar (replaced by Budapest half-seminar)Download
D4.8 Barcelona (Lisbon) SeminarDownload
D4.9 Brussels SeminarDownload
D4.11 KIEV SymposiumDownload
D4.12 Immersive Technologies SymposiumDownload
D4.13 Emergent TV & Video Content Production SymposiumDownload
D4.14 The Broken Internet SymposiumDownload
D4.10 Summary report on SeminarsDownload
Gender and Technology
Gender Report - Regulatory Frameworks and Social MediaDownload
Gender Related Reports
EuroDIG 2020 ReportDownload
Smart Cities International Conference (SCIC) 2020Download

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Through a short survey, the IFJ would like to assess how the indicators have been used and collect recommendations for strengthening their implementation in the future and reinforcing gender equality in the media.

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DSA Materials
COMPACT DSA Events ReportDownload
The Forum Europe’s DSA Conference
'The new rulebook for the digital economy' - Report
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DSA Related Materials
DIGITAL SME: The Digital Services Act: SMEs need a more open and competitive internet ecosystem
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Digital Services Act: what we learned about tackling the power of digital platforms
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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL SUBMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION’S CONSULTATION ON THE DIGITAL SERVICES ACT PACKAGE
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European Union Update: The Digital Services Act
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CDTEU Response to the European Commission Consultation on the Digital Services Act
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IBM: How to make Europe’s digital transformation responsible and accountable
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GOOGLE: Digital Services Act package: open public Consultation
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FACEBOOK RESPONSE TO EC PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON THE DIGITAL SERVICES ACT (DSA)
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EBU RESPONSE TO THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON THE DIGITAL SERVICES ACT
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European Commission consultation on Digital Services Act (DSA): EBF response
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A Telecoms Industry View on the Digital Services Act
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Response to the European Commission’s “Inception Impact Assessment for Deepening the Internal Market and Clarifying Responsibilities for Digital Services”
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ARTICLE 19’s Recommendations for the EU Digital Services Act
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Internet Society: DSA Open Consultation Response
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Mozilla challenges the status quo and embraces openness: the position of the company on the Digital Services Act (DSA)
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ERGA‘s position on the Digital Services Act (DSA): extending and strengthening the powers of the national regulatory authorities (NRA)
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EDiMA’s position on the EU Digital Services Act
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Competition rules and DSARead
Immersive Technologies
COMPACT Convergent VR SpaceAccess
Reports
Immersive Technologies SymposiumDownload
Emergent TV & Video Content Production SymposiumDownload
Related Reports
EuroDIG 2020 Report - VR & GenderDownload
Smart Cities International Conference (SCIC) 2020 - VR & GenderDownload

SHORT MATERIALS 

The materials cover the following topics:

  • Digital identity and why to regulate
  • What are bots and are they dangerous to democracy? Current challenges for bot-related policy.
  • Regulatory challenges of immersive technologies.
  • Where is the harm in microtargeting and how does it impact democracy?
  • What are social media influencers (influencer marketing) and why / how should they be regulated?
  • Global  suggestions for social media regulation: technology vs. economy – based approaches

 

COMPACT GLOSSARY

The glossary is an educational material explaining the basic concepts related to media convergence and the social media domain.

 

OTHER MATERIALS ORDERED ALPHABETICALLY: 

35 000 Bulgarians are affected by the Facebook scandal
5G – Discussion with Ms. Malika Keswani, Senior Production Manager, BBC World Services
5G – Discussion with Prof. Michel Israel , National Centre for Public Health and Analyses, Ministry of Health of Bulgaria
5G – It’s an Evolution and a Revolution – Dr. Jack Rowley, Senior Director for Research & Sustainability, GSMA
5G – Mr. Andreas Geiss, Head of Unit for Spectrum Policy in DG CONNECT, European Commission
5G – Presentation by Ina O’Murchu
5G – Symposium schedule presented by the host Dr. Lukasz Porwol, NUIG
5G – What are the differences between the 5G and current 4G networks? – Discussion Panel I with Mr. Harri Paloheimo, CEO CoReorient
5G – What are the health risks?
5G and security: security of networks and equipment and security of mind
5G How 5G can help emerging markets to attract new investors?
5G in a Nutshell – Dr. Catalin Vrabie, Professor Assistant, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Romania
5G in a Nutshell – keynote by Mr. Andreas Geiss, Head of Unit for Spectrum Policy in DG CONNECT, European Commission
5G in a Nutshell – keynote by Ms. Andreana Atanasova, Deputy minister responsible for information  technology and communication of Bulgaria
5G in a Nutshell – Mr. Peter Kimpian , Data Protection Unit, Council of Europe
5G in a Nutshell – The Opening Keynote Presentation
5G Symposium Program
5G Technologies Opportunities and Challenges – Discussion Panel
5G will help economic growth and will create jobs – Ms. Andreana Atanasova, Deputy minister responsible for information technology and communication of Bulgaria
5th Congress of The Polish Communication Association
6th Smart Cities Conference, 2018 Bucharest, Romania
A new World Bank gender study
Access to reliable and accurate information in COVID-19 pandemic: a matter of life and death
Addressing Hate Speech
Adria Information Disorder AI Tools 2018 Workshop 
AGENDA Sofia Symposium 2019
Are you afraid of being monitored? I’ll get you out of it for three moves
Are you ready? Here is all the data Facebook and Google have on you
Budapest Symposium Participants
Budapest Symposium: The intermediaries and their liability
CALENDAR
Can 5G technology cause COVID-19 disease: what is real, what is false
Can court make blocking Facebook in Latvia possible?
Challenges and dilemmas for national regulatory authorities in the age of convergence with respect to hate speech
Code of Practice on Disinformation
COMPACT at a Council of Europe Exchange with internet companies
COMPACT Brussels Symposium – Social Media & Convergence video
Compact on Brussels Symposium
COMPACT Symposium 5W on 5G Tentative Results
COMPACT Symposium Budapest, 11 September 2019- Programme & Concept
Compact Warsaw Congress Program
Comparatively, Germans, women and elederly value privacy more on platforms
Comparatively, Germans, women and elederly value privacy more on platforms
Conference on media security, held in Sofia, Bulgaria
Conference on media security, held in Sofia, Bulgaria
Corona virus and disinformation
Council of Europe: Analytical Overview of Official Documents on the Internet and Social Media
CYBERCRYMINALS: Complex Times Ahead
Czech Expert View on Cambridge Analytica Scandal
Czech police gained data from Facebook in illegal way and issued fine based on wrong interpretation of the law
Disinfodemic responses: how to assess their challenges and risks
Disinformation and democracy: The home front in the information war
Dortmund Overview of Global Regulatory Initiatives and Suggestions, Governmental Initiatives, New Regulatory Challenges
Election cybersecurity: challenges and opportunities
Eurodig 2019: Dutch experience
EuroDIG 2019: Highlights of messages
EuroDIG 2020 The New Matriarchat – COMPACT – The role of gender in the near and far future
EuroDIG2020 – Trieste – Day 1
European efforts to regulate internet intermediaries
 Facebook´ Regulatory Offensive Is Clouded
Facebook and responsibility for content
Facebook as Blackbox
Facebook asked George Osborne to influence EU data protection law
Facebook scandal with data and Cambridge Analytica
Facebook shuts the gate after the horse has bolted, and hurts real research in the process
Facebook withholding data on its anti-disinformation efforts, EU says
Fake news – an old trap
Fake news and validation of information in social networks
False news stories are 70% more likely to be retweeted on Twitter than true ones
Fears and speculations in Bulgaria after National Children’s Strategy draft project was introduced
Fighting fake news and hoaxes in the age of convergence: performance evaluation and policies against information disorder
First comprehensive, international COMPACT symposium on 5G
Gender Equality and Sexist Hate Speech
Global Media Journal German Edition
Habits of Using Internet Based Media
How Secrecy Fuels Facebook Paranoia – Article Summary
How to save your data on Facebook without deleting your account
IGF 2018 Key Messages: Digital Inclusion & Accessibility
IGF 2018 Key Messages: Media&Content
India’s social media content removal order
International community against disinformation in the situation of COVID-19 pandemic
Invitation
Issues related to the National Revenue Agency personal data leak
Late messages from COMPACT Symposium in Sofia, Bulgaria
Lisbon symposium
Ljubljana Information Pack
Ljubljana Program
Making social networks more accountable: towards a new french framework
Materials of symposium “Technology and regulation in a convergent environment. The role of social media and its implications”, Sofia, Bulgaria
Minutes from Adria Information Disorder AI Tools 2018 Workshop
Minutes Ljubljana
National courts, social media and convergence
Nine steps for how Facebook should embrace meaningful interac— er, accountability – Article Summary
NOVI SAD 10th International Conference THE BRIDGES OF MEDIA EDUCATION 2018
One Small Step for the Web…
Online disinformation: a major challenge for Europe
Our digital interdependent future: a new UN report
Personal data was weaponised against democracy in the EU – and can be again
Potential impacts of blockchain technology, Internet of Things, 5G and Artificial Intelligence
Practice based research projects – Social Media and Injustice – “Identity Theft”
Practice based research projects on Social Media and Injustice – “Gender and Hate speech”
Practice based research projects on Social Media and Injustice – “Wild Wild Web”
Program for Kyiv Symposium
Purchased protest?
Reading Materials Warsaw
Regional symposium Brussels: Disinformation in EU elections: The role of social media & technology trends
Regional symposium Ljubljana: Do we need to regulate social media?
Regional Symposium: Sofia, Bulgaria
Report on Riga COMPACT Symposium
Research Agendas and Roadmaps on Social Media and Convergence in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia
RESEARCH FINDINGS AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ORGANISATIONS AND INITIATIVES TACKLING FAKE NEWS
RESEARCH FINDINGS AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ORGANISATIONS AND INITIATIVES TACKLING FAKE NEWS
Resistance against Facebook
Reversal – Facebook, Instagram over false news on vaccination: you can not persuade believers
Riga COMPACT Symposium Materials
Riga Symposium
Riga Symposium Programe
Riga Symposium Report
Riga Symposium video
Riga Symposium: Compact Project Presentation by Oles Kulchytskyy
Riga Symposium: Habits of using Internet based media by Velta Skolmeistare
Riga Symposium: The Malicious Use of Social Media- Presentation by Sebastian Bay
Smart citizens for Smart cities: the role of social media for expanding local democracy
Smart Society – “Fake Analytica“ Style? Smart society and information
Social media regulation – a proposition for a social media arbitration mechanism
Social media regulation – a proposition for a social media arbitration mechanism
SOCIAL MEDIA REGULATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF NATIONAL MEDIA REGULATORY AUTHORITIES IN V4
Social Media topics overview
Social technology-based credit system in China does not mean a Digital Dictatorship, claims a blogger
Sofia_PPT Bissera Zankova
Standardisation in the Digital Single Market – before and after 2020
Standardisation in the Digital Single Market – before and after 2020
Standardization and coordination (the case of BG)
Standardization and coordination (the case of BG)
Standards in the digital society should be responsive to gender equality
Steps against online manipulation taken by 43 countries in two recent years
Swiss View on Fake News
The “Cambridge Analytica” scandal predicted a year ago in Bulgaria
The brain behind the psychological warfare weapon that brought Trump and Brexit Imagine Nixon on steroids – so the 28-year-old IT genius describes the implications of his tool for manipulating society
The case of social media used for donations of citizens and potential medical data protection
The causal loop between information disorder and trust on the Internet
The corona virus crisis and its digital implications
The corona virus crisis and its digital implications
The EU copyright directive – how it will affect Internet communication?
The Facebook scandal, but sorted
The good, the bad and the urgent
The multifarious effects of GDPR
The personal data of millions hacked in Bulgaria
Tim Berners-Lee launches campaign to save the web from abuse
Transparency of the Internet: Transparency of Internet Service Providers
Transposition of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD): Irish approach
UK’s ambitious plan for addressing all online harms
UNESCO, intermediaries and freedom of expression
UNESCO’S INTERNET UNIVERSALITY INDICATORS
UNESCO’S INTERNET UNIVERSALITY INDICATORS
VR and Social Media for Online Training: Medical Realities – Basic Life Support during Covid-19
Want Facebook to keep your data? How much do you pay for it? There is no such thing as a free lunch
Warsaw Video
We pay a damn high price for cat videos as a private person goes
Welcome!
What does Zuckerberg know about the Bulgarians?
What Internet do we want? The legal milestones of 2018
Why AI is a threat to democracy—and what we can do to stop it
Wisdom of the Crowd: Multistakeholder perspective on the fake news debate
Without realizing it we incessantly store heaps of personal information on the net every day
Wrong scandalization of a scandal

ONLINE MATERIALS ORDERED BY DATE: 

 

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