Mer åpenhet, mer kontroll? Håndteringen av nettdebatten etter 22.juli
Journal article, Peer reviewed
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Original versionNorsk Medietidsskrift. 2013, 20 (3), 223-241.
The terrorist attacks in Oslo on 22 July 2011 led to a comprehensive public debate about the systems for online debate in Norwegian newspapers. Through interviews with editors and moderators, this article examines changes made in the facilitation and administration of online debate in four central newspapers after the terrorist attack. In different ways, the three largest newspapers tightened their control in four important areas: Identification of the participants, pre-publication moderation, control over the agenda of the debate and more active moderation of it. These changes are interpreted as moderate alteration from an initially anarchic policy towards a more intervening policy concerning the regulation of online debate.