The Media Policy Project has assembled several topic guides for use by anyone involved in, or interested in, UK or EU media policy.  The guides represent the views of the authors and not those of the Media Policy Project or the LSE.

Recently-published guides:

Fake News (April 2018)
by LSE students Hao Chu, Xinyue Feng, Jiamin Fu, Korina Georgiou, Ruchi Hajela, Takafumi Horiuchi, Evie Ioannidi, Sameena Khalfan, Sami Lam, Benyathip Laorrojwong, Lu Lu, Jack Marks, Aneta Perehinets, Ariel Riera, Aigerim Toleukhanova, Dayoung Yoo and Xiaotan Zhu.

 

Archived guides:

BBC Charter Review

Children, Advertising and the Internet
by Benjamin De La Pava, Alexandra Chernyavskaya and Sonia Livingstone

Children’s safety on the internet: a guide to stakeholders
by Alexandra Chernyavskaya and Sonia Livingstone

Consumer Representation in Communications
By Nate Vaagen

Digital Inclusion
By Ellen Helsper and Dorota Kaczuba

File Sharing and the Digital Economy Act
By Dorota Kaczuba, Ben Murray, Liam O’Neill, Nate Vaagen

Internet Governance

Media Literacy in the UK and Europe

Media literacy and the UK’s Communication Act 2003
By Sonia Livingstone, Yinhan Wang and Chang Li

Media Plurality & The Case of NewsCorp’s Bid for BSkyB
By Diana Osipova & Davide Morisi

Network Neutrality

Online Surveillance

Phone Hacking & Leveson Inquiry 
by Nate Vaagen, Linna Wang, Katherine Relle