Rintel, S., Harper, R., and O’Hara, K. (2016). The tyranny of the everyday in mobile video messaging. In Proceedings of the 34th Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’16). ACM, New York, NY, USA. DOI: 10.1145/2858036.2858.42 This paper reports on how asynchronous mobile video messaging presents users with a challenge to doing ‘beingRead more about The tyranny of the everyday in mobile video messaging[…]
Are corporate and academic research ethics up to the task of dealing with the “cool but creepy” dilemmas of big data? A recent paper, Self Censorship on Facebook, shows that Facebook wants to know why users might abort a post at the last minute, and was able to collect data from 3.9 million users overRead more about Big data ethics: When did you consent to Facebook’s self-censorship research?[…]
I commented in the Sunday Mail about protecting online anonymity. Read the full story @ Tin, J. (2011, November 13). Social networkers aim to reclaim online anonymity. The Sunday Mail, (Online).
I commented in the Sunday Mail about self presentation in social networks. “Our data is more susceptible that it once was, “says University of Queensland technology expert Dr Sean Rintel. “We should be teaching people about what it means to present themselves online – whether at primary school, high school, university – it should beRead more about Future looks uncertain for social network[…]