Vaccination (Anti-) Campaigns in Social Media

@inproceedings{Huesch2013VaccinationC,
  title={Vaccination (Anti-) Campaigns in Social Media},
  author={Marco D Huesch and Greg Ver Steeg and Aram Galstyan},
  year={2013}
}
Recent years have witnessed explosive growth of online social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, discussion forums and message boards, chat-rooms, and interlinked blogs. While social networks greatly facilitate information exchange and dissemination, they can also be vulnerable to exploitation and manipulation. Most online activity is organic information dissemination, i.e., people innocently or unwittingly sharing information they find interesting with their followers, friends and… CONTINUE READING

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