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Busted! The Truth about the 50 Most Common Internet Myths

Busted! The Truth about the 50 Most Common Internet Myths

This anthology clears up misconceptions about the Internet and summarises what we really know about the online world. The editors Matthias C. Kettemann and Stephan Dreyer have embarked on a search for the 50 most common Internet myths and asked Internet experts from America, Africa, Asia and Europe to disprove these myths in a concise form.
 
The book was published in English and German. Abstracts are also available in all UN languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish). The project was supported by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy
 
The contents are available at


You can also download it as a PDF file (English Version).

Kettemann, M.C.; Dreyer, S.; (eds.) (2019): Busted! The Truth about the 50 Most Common Internet Myths. Hamburg: Verlag Hans-Bredow-Institut.

Busted! The Truth about the 50 Most Common Internet Myths

This anthology clears up misconceptions about the Internet and summarises what we really know about the online world. The editors Matthias C. Kettemann and Stephan Dreyer have embarked on a search for the 50 most common Internet myths and asked Internet experts from America, Africa, Asia and Europe to disprove these myths in a concise form.
 
The book was published in English and German. Abstracts are also available in all UN languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish). The project was supported by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy
 
The contents are available at


You can also download it as a PDF file (English Version).

Kettemann, M.C.; Dreyer, S.; (eds.) (2019): Busted! The Truth about the 50 Most Common Internet Myths. Hamburg: Verlag Hans-Bredow-Institut.

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