Bennett University is making a call for papers for Bloomsbury’s book titled Fake News.
We are living in the world of the internet, and it has become sine quo non in our lives. Digital and technological advancements have pros as well as cons. There has always been a debate on social media and content regulations around the world. Along with social media, fake news has also prospered, and many developing and developed countries have outlawed or are in the process of passing legislation to regulate social media, content regulation, protection of intellectual property, and use of technology in a way so as to benefit all.
This book aims to answer some of these questions through different chapters on the following broad themes:
- Social Media and Content Regulation
- Technology and Social Media
- Technology, AI, and Fake News
- Internet and Fake News
- Fake News- Myth and Debunk
- Technology and IPR
- Content Regulatory Scenario- comparative analysis
- Freedom of Speech and Regulations
- Deep Fakes, AI and Public Law
- Encryption, E-Governance, and Cyber Courts
- Privacy, Data Protection and Social Media
- Comparative legislations on the above topics from around the globe.
- Applicants will be notified about the selection of abstract by August 15, 2022.
- Full drafts of chapters in 5000 words must be submitted no later than September 15, 2022.
- Full drafts will go for double-blind peer review, and it is expected from contributors to incorporate changes if suggested.
- The book is expected to be published in October 2022.
Interested scholars are invited to an abstract in no longer than 350 words by August 10, 2022, to firstname.lastname@example.org (please use “CFP: Fake News, Social Media, and Technology” as the subject line of your e-mail) for double-blind peer review.
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