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“Participant” Perceptions of Twitter Research Ethics
An exploratory survey of Twitter users’ perceptions of the use of tweets in research finds that these attitudes are highly contextual, depending on factors such as how the research is conducted or disseminated, who is conducting it, and what the study is about.
Domestic violence and information communication technologies
Reddit Rules! Characterizing an Ecosystem of Governance
It is found that rules appear to be context-dependent for individual subreddits but also share common characteristics across the site, motivating further inquiry into underlying mechanisms for rule formation and enforcement in online communities.
What Do We Teach When We Teach Tech Ethics?: A Syllabi Analysis
An in-depth qualitative analysis of 115 syllabi from university technology ethics courses is presented, contributing a snapshot of the content and goals of tech ethics classes, and recommendations for how these might be integrated across a computing curriculum.
Redistributing leadership in online creative collaboration
Pipeline is introduced, a collaboration tool designed to support and transform leadership, with the goal of easing the burden on leaders of online creative projects and implications for theory and the design of social computing systems.
An Archive of Their Own: A Case Study of Feminist HCI and Values in Design
Rarely are computing systems developed entirely by members of the communities they serve, particularly when that community is underrepresented in computing. Archive of Our Own (AO3), a fan fiction…
Ethics Education in Context: A Case Study of Novel Ethics Activities for the CS Classroom
This paper outlines and discusses multiple ethics education interventions meant to work in the context of an existing technical course, and makes suggestions for embedding ethics in other CS education contexts.
What (or Who) Is Public?: Privacy Settings and Social Media Content Sharing
Contrary to expectations, it is found that content type is not a significant predictor of privacy setting; however, some demographics such as gender and age are predictive.
No Robots, Spiders, or Scrapers: Legal and Ethical Regulation of Data Collection Methods in Social Media Terms of Service
Using a sample of TOS from over one hundred social media sites from around the world, TOS language and content are analyzed in order to better understand the landscape of prohibitions on this practice.
"We Are the Product": Public Reactions to Online Data Sharing and Privacy Controversies in the Media
Public reaction "in the wild" to two data sharing controversies that were the focus of media attention-regarding the social media and communication services Facebook and WhatsApp, as well as the email service unroll.me are examined.