Corpus ID: 211198145

Securing Judgement Rethinking Security and Online Information Threats

@inproceedings{rdnSecuringJR,
  title={Securing Judgement Rethinking Security and Online Information Threats},
  author={Hedvig {\"O}rd{\'e}n}
}
The contemporary debate in democracies routinely describes online information threats such as misinformation, disinformation and deception as security-issues in need of urgent attention. Despite this pervasive discourse, policymakers often appear incapable of articulating what security means in this context. Turning to EU policy and previous research on cybersecurity, this dissertation empirically unpacks, critically interrogates, and theoretically rethinks the meaning of security in relation… CONTINUE READING

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