Martin J. Riedl

Martin Riedl war am Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft (HIIG) assoziierter Forscher im Projekt „Weaponizing Internet Governance“

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Position

Ehem. assoziierter Forscher: Die Entwicklung der digitalen Gesellschaft

Kontakt

Zeitschriftenartikel und Konferenzbeiträge

Chen, G.M., Riedl, M.J., Shermak, J., Brown, J., & Tenenboim, O. (2019). Breakdown of democratic norms? Understanding the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election through online comments. Social Media + Society. Weitere Informationen

Chen, G. M., Ng, Y. M. M., Riedl, M. J., & Chen, V. (2019). Gaming the news: Exposure to online political quizzes boosts interest in politics, political news, and political engagement. Journal of Information Technology and Politics. Weitere Informationen

Kilgo, D.K., Ng, Y.M.M., Riedl, M.J. & Lacasa-Mas, I. (2018). Reddit’s veil of anonymity: Predictors of engagement and participation in media environments with hostile reputations. Social Media + Society. Weitere Informationen

Vu, H.T., Jiang, L., Cueva Chacón, L.M., Riedl, M.J., Tran, D., & Bobkowski, P. (2018). What influences media effects on public perception? A cross-national study of comparative agenda setting. International Communication Gazette. Weitere Informationen

Kilgo, D.K., Lough, K. & Riedl, M.J. (2017). Emotional appeals and news values as factors of shareworthiness in Ice Bucket Challenge coverage. Digital Journalism. Weitere Informationen

Andere Publikationen

Riedl, M.J. (2019). Squeaky-clean internet – Martin Riedl about the well-being of content moderators, [Audio Podcast] Exploring digital spheres – a podcast by HIIG. Retrieved from: hiig.de/podcast. Weitere Informationen

Gollatz, K., Riedl, M. J. & Pohlmann, J. (2018). Removals of Online Hate Speech in Numbers. Digital Society Blog, HIIG Science Blog, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Berlin, Germany. Cross-posted at Media Policy Project Blog, London School of Economics, London, UK. Weitere Informationen

Vorträge

Weaponizing internet governance: Comparing the German Network Enforcement Act and FOSTA-SESTA in the United States
Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Freedom of Expression Division. Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, United States: 14.11.2019 Weitere Informationen

Martin J. Riedl, Kirsten Gollatz, Jens Pohlmann.

Scoping new policy frameworks for local broadband networks
TPRC47: Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy. American University, Washington, D.C., United States: 20.09.2019 Weitere Informationen

Sharon Strover, Martin J. Riedl, Selena Dickey

Hashtag #NSFW #Tumblr: What the Tumblr ban means for platform migration.
Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, United States: 04.09.2019 Weitere Informationen

Martin J. Riedl.

Responding to online disagreement comments: It’s not what you say, but how you say it
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Annual Conference, Newspaper and Online News Division. Sheraton Centre Toronto, Toronto, Canada: 08.08.2019 Weitere Informationen

Gina M. Chen, Marc Ziegele, Martin J. Riedl, Pablo Jost, Teresa Naab.

Going against the flow: How incivility influences comment moderators
Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Mass Communication Division. Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C., United States: 28.05.2019 Weitere Informationen

Martin J. Riedl, Gina M. Chen, Kelsey N. Whipple.

Taming incivility in online comment streams
Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Mass Communication Division. Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, United States: 08.11.2018 Weitere Informationen

Gina M. Chen, Martin J. Riedl, Q. Elyse Huang.

Who put the ‘social’ in social payment platforms? Re-reading Simmel and colleagues in light of the Cambrian explosion
Annual meeting of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). Le Centre Sheraton Montréal Hotel, Montréal, Canada: 10.10.2018 Weitere Informationen

Martin J. Riedl

Holding platforms accountable: Content moderation, Logan Paul, and good old pathetic dot
IPP2018: Internet, Policy and Politics 2018: Long Live Democracy?. Oxford Internet Institute, St. Anne's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom: 20.09.2018 Weitere Informationen

Martin J. Riedl

Toward safer crowdsourced content moderation
6th ACM Collective Intelligence Conference. University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland: 07.07.2018 Weitere Informationen

Brandon Dang, Martin J. Riedl, Matthew Lease

But Who Protects the Moderators? The Case of Crowdsourced Image Moderation
6th AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing (HCOMP 2018). University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland: 05.07.2018 Weitere Informationen

Brandon Dang, Martin J. Riedl, Matthew Lease.

Organisation von Veranstaltungen

Content Moderation and Platform Accountability
Content Moderation and Platform Accountability – Lunch talk with Martin J. Riedl. From 27.06.2018 to 27.06.2018. Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany (National) Weitere Informationen

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Medienauftritte

Hey comment mods, you doin’ okay? A new study shows moderating uncivil comments reduces the moderator’s trust in news (18.07.2019). Nieman Lab
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