Smart cities, social media platforms and security: online content regulation as a site of controversy and conflict

@article{Poletti2018SmartCS,
  title={Smart cities, social media platforms and security: online content regulation as a site of controversy and conflict},
  author={Chiara Poletti and Marco De Michieli},
  journal={City, Territory and Architecture},
  year={2018},
  volume={5},
  pages={1-14}
}
Smart, technologically managed city-regions are one of the main characteristics of the contemporary world. Since the attack to the Charlie Hebdo offices, city-regions and social media digital technologies have increasingly been changing the definition of ‘territory of security’ and ‘security governance’. What are the characteristics of the security architecture created by the interaction of smart city-regions and digital technologies? Drawing from Actor-Network theory and Science and Technology… 

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