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tripleC: Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society
Edited by Christian Fuchs

tripleC is a peer-review open access journal that focuses on information 
society studies and studies of media, digital media, information and 
communication in society with a special interest in critical studies in 
these thematic areas. It is indexed in Scopus, Communication and Mass 
Media Complete, Sociological Abstracts.

The 2012 volume will feature besides regular contributions the three 
special issues “Marx is Back – The Importance of Marxist Theory and 
Research for Critical Communication Studies Today” (edited by Christian 
Fuchs and Vincent Mosco), "Political Economy and Critical Theory of the 
Internet @ Nordmedia 2011" (edited by Christian Fuchs and Göran Bolin), 
“The Difference that Makes a Difference 2011” (edited by David Chapman 
and Magnus Ramage”).


Table of Contents Vol. 9 (2011)

Vol 9, No 2 (2011)
* Privacy as Invisibility: Pervasive Surveillance and the Privatization 
of Peer-to-Peer Systems
Francesca Musiani, 126-140
* Selling You and Your Clicks: Examining the Audience Commodification of 
Hyunjin Kang, Matthew P. McAllister, 141-153
* Can Online Forums Be Designed to Empower Local Communities?
Kerill Dunne, 154-174
* Consumer Protection in Cyberspace
Oscar H. Gandy, Jr., 175-189
* Neoliberalism in the Information Age, or Vice Versa? Global 
Citizenship, Technology, and Hegemonic Ideology
Robert Neubauer, 195-230
* Communicative Informatics: An Active and Creative Audience Framework 
of Social Media
Linda M. Gallant, Gloria M. Boone, 231-246
* Can Environmental Governance Benefit From an ICT-Social Capital Nexus 
in Civil Society?
Subas P. Dhakal, 551-565
* Critical Surveillance Studies in the Information Society
Thomas Allmer, 566-592
* Avatar: A Marxist Saga on the Far Distant Planet
Yong Tang, 657-557
* From Seven Years to 360 Degrees: Primitive Accumulation, the Social 
Common, and the Contractual Lockdown of Recording Artists at the 
Threshold of Digitalization
Matt Stahl, 668-688
* Social Networking and Transnational Capitalism
David Kreps, 689-701

* Two New Critical Internet Studies-Books: Marcus Breen’s “Uprising” and 
Eran Fisher’s “Media and New Capitalism in the Digital Age”
Christian Fuchs, 190-194
* Critical Media and Communication Studies Today. A Conversation
Christian Fuchs, Dwayne Winseck, 247-271

Special Issue: ICTs and Society - A New Transdiscipline?
Edited by Joseph E. Brenner and Celina Raffl, 593-656 (introduction + 5 

Special Issue: Towards a New Science of Information
Edited by Wolfgang Hofkirchner, 272-550 (introduction + 31 contributions)

Vol 9, No 1 (2011)
* Doing Research, Doing Politics: ICT Research as a Form of Activism
Juliet Webster, 1-10
* Embracing Technology and the Challenges of Complexity
Alice Robbin, 11-27
* Social Media for Digital and Social Inclusion: Challenges for 
Information Society 2.0 Research & Policies
Pieter Verdegem, 28-38
* From Financialization to Low and Non-Profit: Emerging Media Models for 
Nuria Almiron-Roig, 39-61
* Deconstructing Bentham’s Panopticon: The New Metaphors of Surveillance 
in the Web 2.0 Environment
Manuela Farinosi, 62-76
* Information – is it Subjective or Objective?
Andrzej Stanislaw Zaliwski, 77-92
* The Need for an Informational Systems Approach to Security
José María Díaz Nafría, 93-122

* Book Review: Signs of Science - Linguistics meets Biology
Robert Prinz, 123-125