Policy and Internet

(The TQCC of Policy and Internet is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Conceptualizing the Gig Economy and Its Regulatory Problems53
From content moderation to visibility moderation: A case study of platform governance on TikTok37
Digital currencies, monetary sovereignty, and U.S.–China power competition30
Crowdsourcing: Citizens as coproducers of public services30
Australia's News Media Bargaining Code and the global turn towards platform regulation25
How Online Content Providers Moderate User‐Generated Content to Prevent Harmful Online Communication: An Analysis of Policies and Their Implementation22
In AI we trust? Citizen perceptions of AI in government decision making22
What Drives U.S. Congressional Members’ Policy Attention on Twitter?19
Regulating the European Data‐Driven Economy: A Case Study on the General Data Protection Regulation17
Regulation of platform market access by the United States and China: Neo‐mercantilism in digital services17
‘Too smart’: Infrastructuring the Internet through regional and rural smart policy in Australia16
Digital policy in European countries from the perspective of the Digital Economy and Society Index15
Unpacking government social media messaging strategies during the COVID‐19 pandemic in China15
Consumer IoT and its under‐regulation: Findings from an Australian study15
Who is responsible for interventions against problematic comments? Comparing user attitudes in Germany and the United States14
Safe from “harm”: The governance of violence by platforms12
Centrality and power. The struggle over the techno‐political configuration of the Internet and the global digital order12
The neo‐regulation of internet platforms in the United Kingdom11
The Internet and public policy: Future directions10
Gatekeepers of toxicity: Reconceptualizing Twitter's abuse and hate speech policies9
Regulating datafication and platformization: Policy silos and tradeoffs in international platform inquiries9
Super‐amplifiers! The role of Twitter extended party networks in political elections9
Governing with health code: Standardising China's data network systems during COVID‐199
The making of “good” citizens: China's Social Credit Systems and infrastructures of social quantification8
The regulation of internet pornography: What a survey of under‐18s tells us about the necessity for and potential efficacy of emerging legislative approaches8
Open Government Data: The OECD's Swiss army knife in the transformation of government8
GAFA's information infrastructure distribution: Interconnection dynamics in the global North versus global South7
The Instagram/Facebook ban on graphic self‐harm imagery: A sentiment analysis and topic modeling approach7
Battle for Britain: Analyzing Events as Drivers of Political Tribalism in Twitter Discussions of Brexit7
Governing social eating (chibo) influencers: Policies, approach and politics of influencer governance in China6
Moving toward a “middle ground”?—The governance of platforms in the United States and China6
Accepting but not engaging with it: Digital participation in local government‐run social credit systems in China6
A comparative study on false information governance in Chinese and American social media platforms6
Credibility in enhanced self‐regulation: The case of the European data protection regime6
Regulating the platform giants: Building and governing China's online economy6
How does fake news spread? Understanding pathways of disinformation spread through APIs5
Data protection and tech startups: The need for attention, support, and scrutiny5
Research themes in big data analytics for policymaking: Insights from a mixed‐methods systematic literature review5
Rethinking the legal regulation of Internet platform monopoly in China5
Political online participation and its effects: Theory, measurement, and results5
Living in media and the era of regulation: Policy and Internet during a pandemic4
“Dual‐Track” platform governance on content: A comparative study between China and United States4
Immigrants, deviants, and drug users: A rhetorical analysis of President Trump's fear‐driven tweets during the 2019 government shutdown4
Rage or rationality: Exposure to Internet censorship and the impact on individual information behaviors in China4
Back from the dead (again): The specter of the Fairness Doctrine and its lesson for social media regulation4
Digitalization and e‐government in the lives of urban migrants: Evidence from Bogotá4
Democratic Innovation in Times of Crisis: Exploring Changes in Social and Political Trust4
A policy impact tool: Measuring the policy impact of public participation in deliberative e‐rulemaking4
“Never good enough.” A situated understanding of the impact of digitalization on citizens living in a low socioeconomic position4
Digital diplomacy: Face management in MFA Twitter accounts4
E‐Government maturity assessment: Evidence from Greek municipalities4
Regulating social media and influencers within Vietnam4
The Internet regulation turn? Policy, Internet and technology4
Broadcasting anti‐media populism in the Philippines: YouTube influencers, networked political brokerage, and implications for governance4
Who is leading China's family planning policy discourse in Weibo? A social media text mining analysis4