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  • State, Netocrats and the Commons: Developing a Cultural Policy in the Era of Platforms

    Prodromos Tsiavos

    Chapter from the book: Lekakis, S. 2020. Cultural heritage in the realm of the commons: Conversations on the Case of Greece.

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    This chapter looks at the limitations and prohibitions imposed by the Greek Archaeological Law in managing representations of heritage material and how that plays out in the digital sphere, where ‘regulators’ and mainly ‘netocrats’ (sharing mega-platforms run by private bodies) operate on different rules.

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    Tsiavos, P. 2020. State, Netocrats and the Commons: Developing a Cultural Policy in the Era of Platforms. In: Lekakis, S (ed.), Cultural heritage in the realm of the commons. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/bcj.g
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    Published on Oct. 5, 2020

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    https://doi.org/10.5334/bcj.g


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