The book Digital Platforms and Algorithmic Subjectivities, part of the Critical, Digital and Social Media Studies series of the University of Westminster Press was published on 1st November, edited by, among others, Elisabetta Risi from IULM University and EUMEPLAT researcher.

One of the chapters, entitled Digital Platforms and Algorithmic Subjectivities, has been prepared by Andrea Miconi, Associate Professor at IULM and EUMEPLAT principal investigator, as an outcome of the EUMEPLAT research work.

The chapter analyses the most credited hypotheses on platform society from the perspective of critical internet theory, with a specific interest in the mechanisms of economic exploitation of data and user-generated content.

You can read the abstract and have access to the full chapter here.