A Villain's Guide to Social Media and Interactive Digital Storytelling

  title={A Villain's Guide to Social Media and Interactive Digital Storytelling},
  author={M. Bernstein and C. Hooper},
  • M. Bernstein, C. Hooper
  • Published in ICIDS 2018
  • Computer Science
  • If we have not yet achieved planetary super-villainy on the desktop, it may be feasible to fit it into a suburban office suite. The familiar perils of fiction and deceit can now be augmented by mass customization, allowing powerful malefactors to shape perceived reality to suit their preferences. Social media permit the modern villain to deploy traditional cruelties to great and surprising effect. Interactive digital storytelling lets us exploit weakness and illness for profit and help us… CONTINUE READING
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