Check out below our coverage of the Media, Power & Revolution Conference at Goldsmiths! visionOntv was there to cover these 3 days of discussions on how new media shapes our modern revolutions, from the Arab Spring to the phone-hacking scandal. We were lucky to talk to Professor Natalie Fenton, Evgeny Morozov, Sharon Cohen and John Naughton.
Professor Natalie Fenton questions the role of social media in the Arab Revolutions and the "anti-representative" nature of the Occupy movement, which at the same time aims to represent the 99%.
Evgeny Morozov on how some of the most celebrated internet technologies can be put to oppressive ends.
Sharon Coen from Salford University looks at how news influences peoples' view of the world
After debating with Evgeny Morozov at the Media, Power, Revolution conference, John Naughton talks to visionOntv about how the danger of hasty regulations of Internet could compromise its disruptive and creative aspects.