Envisioning persuasion profiles: challenges for public policy and ethical practice

  title={Envisioning persuasion profiles: challenges for public policy and ethical practice},
  author={Maurits Kaptein and Dean Eckles and Janet Davis},
Public policy increasingly plays a role in influencing the work that we do as HCI researchers, interaction designers, and practitioners. "Public policy" is a broad term that includes both government policy and policy within non-governmental organizations, such as standards bodies. The Interacting with Public Policy forum focuses on topics at the intersection of human-computer interaction and public policy. Jonathan Lazar, Editor 
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