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La surexposition aux écrans au prisme de la régulation du numérique

Abstract : How to regulate overexposure to screens? This question is examined in particular in the case of the websites and platforms with an architecture and business model based on capturing cybernauts’ attention and collecting masses of data from them. Since the design of many a platform seeks to make visitors dependent, the methods for capture attention are analyzed before discussing how to regulate them. Several legal rules and recommendations have been made for reducing the time spent looking at screens and for limiting short, intense exposure to screens. Meanwhile, the exposure to certain contents (in particular, hate speech) is being regulated, and should be. The regulation of these systems is part of an approach that seeks to reduce the power and impact of platforms and control viral messages. This leads to questions about alternative solutions for limiting overexposure, such as the decentralization of the Web.
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Annie Blandin. La surexposition aux écrans au prisme de la régulation du numérique. Annales des Mines - Enjeux Numériques, 2019, Numérique et vie en société, 2019 (6). ⟨hal-03335939⟩



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