Social Media and Internet Freedom

Published on June 6th, 2018

We conduct field-based research on internet freedom conditions and social media use in various countries. We also help to develop digital tools that support the expressive practices of journalists, ethnic and gender/sexual minorities, political dissidents, and environmentalists, among others.


L. Parks and Rahul Mukherjee, “From Platform Jumping to Self-Censorship: Internet Freedom, Social Media, and Circumvention Practices in Zambia,” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 0, no. 0 (February 28, 2017): 1–17.