Trump’s use of social media during both his presidential campaign and term questions the principle that institutional responsibility in the digital realm implies treating the infosphere as a commons. We discuss the implications for the functioning of the stock market and the emerging public interest ethical issues related to the breakdown of this principle.

Commentary - Much ado about something else. Donald Trump, the US stock market, and the public interest ethics of social media communication

Gori, Leonella;Sacco, Pier Luigi;Teti, Emanuele;
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Trump’s use of social media during both his presidential campaign and term questions the principle that institutional responsibility in the digital realm implies treating the infosphere as a commons. We discuss the implications for the functioning of the stock market and the emerging public interest ethical issues related to the breakdown of this principle.
In corso di stampa
2023
Gori, Leonella; Sacco, Pier Luigi; Teti, Emanuele; Triveri, Francesca
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