Stefania Leone is tenured researcher and assistant professor in Sociology at the Department of Political, Social and Communication Sciences (DISPSC). She teaches Theory and Methods of Communication for Public Administrationsand Theory and Analysis of Social Institutions(undergraduate and master degree programme). She coordinates the Observatory for Communication and Participation of Youth Cultures (OCPG),a research centre on youth which is established within the DISPSC of the University of Salerno by the Youth Department of the Campania Region. Her research areas cover the fields of sociology, public policies, social research methods and communication. Particularly, she is interested in the study of social and governmental institutions (information and network society; social processes in the public realm; evaluation of public policies); social interactions and youth studies. She is author of monographic studies, essays and articles.
The call for proposals of 9 million Euro through the Digital Service Infrastructure of the Connect Europe Facility will fund the creation of national or multinational research hubs on digital media. Such hubs will focus on emerging digital media vulnerabilities, which are of special relevance within the territory and linguistic area in which they will […]
On 2 July, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA, launched a month-long public consultation for the first candidate cybersecurity certification scheme, the Common Criteria based European cybersecurity certification scheme (EUCC). The scheme aims to replace the existing schemes operating under the SOG-IS MRA for ICT products, to add new elements and to extend the […]
The Commission has adopted guidelines to help Member States implement the revised Audiovisual Media Services Directive. The guidelines will offer a practical tool to ensure the promotion of European works in media content, thereby supporting cultural diversity and greater choice for European consumers. They will also help better protect users of video-on-demand and video-sharing platforms, […]
The revised AVMSD extends certain audiovisual rules to video sharing platforms, including audiovisual content shared on certain social media services. It also strengthens the promotion of cultural diversity, by introducing clear obligations for on-demand services to have at least a 30% share of European content in their catalogue and to ensure the prominence of this […]