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04 April 2016

Search engines and social networks are increasingly more important among political opinion-forming media. In a new publication by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung our researchers Kevin Dankert and Wolfgang Schulz look at the mediapolitical consequences of ‘internet intermediaries’.

 

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