Upcoming Events

Anti-Social Media? The New Monopolists Of The Information Age

26

Oct

2018

  • Time

    Conversation starts at 9.30am

  • Location

    The Frontline Club, Norfolk Place, W2

Gina Miller to talk about her trolling. Friday October 26th 4.00 the Frontline Club, 4.00p.m.
Norfolk Place, Paddington, London W2.

Gina is subject of a plethora of vile trolls because she is ‘The Brexit Lady’. Come find out more from her. With Gina will be Professor Patrick Barwise of the London Business School who will talk on the power of Silicon Valley

This event marks the book launch of Anti-Social Media? (edited by John Mair Tor Clark,Neil Fowler,Raymond Snoddy and Richard Tait)

Tickets cost £10 for Media Society Members, £15 for guests and non-members and £5 for students and authors. Book via Eventbrite.

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Full day conference at the same venue same day.

This is the focus of this year’s ICE conference, with presentations from 9.30am on:
Full day conference at the same venue

The Media Society is delighted to offer our members the chance to attend The Institute of Communication Ethics' Annual Conference, to coincide with the launch of Anti-Social Media edited by John Mair Tor Clark, Neil Fowler,Raymond Snoddy and Richard Tait

Social media is supposed to be the big liberator and democratiser of our era; the platform for everyone to use.. and abuse. But have we created our own digital monster full of ‘fake news’, bile, bullying, bots, trolling and more? Is ‘social’ media precisely the opposite? his is the focus of this year’s ICE conference, with presentations from 9.30am 

Booking Full Day Conference:

Please email f.thompson287@gmail.com or f.thompson@yorksj.ac.uk with details of your booking and send money via bank transfer to:

HSBC Bank, 71321536, 40-28-15

Cheques can also be taken on the day, made out to The Institute of Communication Ethics Limited.

Places are £60 per delegate, or £5 for registered students and include a sandwich lunch.

Booking The Evening Event:
Tickets cost £10 for Media Society Members, £15 for guests and non-members and £5 for students.
Book via Eventbrite.

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