'The Government Spies Using Our Webcams'

@article{Samory2018TheGS,
  title={'The Government Spies Using Our Webcams'},
  author={Mattia Samory and Tanushree Mitra},
  journal={Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction},
  year={2018},
  volume={2},
  pages={1 - 24}
}
Conspiracy theories are omnipresent in online discussions---whether to explain a late-breaking event that still lacks official report or to give voice to political dissent. Conspiracy theories evolve, multiply, and interconnect, further complicating efforts to understand them and to limit their propagation. It is therefore crucial to develop scalable methods to examine the nature of conspiratorial discussions in online communities. What do users talk about when they discuss conspiracy theories… Expand
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