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Domestic violence and information communication technologies
Physical violence against women is pervasive through out the world and domestic violence has been a longstanding issue in feminist activism and research. Yet, these experiences are often notExpand
Redistributing leadership in online creative collaboration
We introduce Pipeline, a collaboration tool designed to support and transform leadership, with the goal of easing the burden on leaders of online creative projects. Expand
“Participant” Perceptions of Twitter Research Ethics
Social computing systems such as Twitter present new research sites that have provided billions of data points to researchers. However, the availability of public social media data has also presentedExpand
Reddit Rules! Characterizing an Ecosystem of Governance
The social sharing and news aggregation site Reddit provides a unique example of an ecosystem of community-created rules. Expand
An Archive of Their Own: A Case Study of Feminist HCI and Values in Design
A fan fiction archive with nearly 750,000 users and over 2 million individual works, was designed and coded primarily by women to meet the needs of the online fandom community. Expand
What (or Who) Is Public?: Privacy Settings and Social Media Content Sharing
We use machine learning and qualitative coding and quantitative measures to characterize and categorize the nature of the content on Facebook. Expand
"We Are the Product": Public Reactions to Online Data Sharing and Privacy Controversies in the Media
This paper examines 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, and the email service unroll.me. Expand
Reality and Perception of Copyright Terms of Service for Online Content Creation
We analyzed the copyright licenses contained in the Terms of Service of 30 different websites where users contribute content, then conducted a survey to match perceptions of copyright terms to the reality. Expand
Understanding Copyright Law in Online Creative Communities
We argue that lack of clarity is a pervasive usability problem that should be considered more carefully in the design of user-generated content platforms. Expand
No Robots, Spiders, or Scrapers: Legal and Ethical Regulation of Data Collection Methods in Social Media Terms of Service
We analyze a sample of TOS from over one hundred social media sites from around the world, we analyze TOS language and content in order to better understand the landscape of prohibitions on this practice. Expand