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Chattr

Research output: Other contribution

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Chattr. / Salinas, Lara; Porter, Joel; Hemment, Drew; Woods, Mel.

2015.

Research output: Other contribution

Harvard

Salinas, L, Porter, J, Hemment, D & Woods, M 2015, Chattr..

APA

Salinas, L., Porter, J., Hemment, D., & Woods, M. (2015). Chattr.

Vancouver

Salinas L, Porter J, Hemment D, Woods M. Chattr. 2015.

Author

Salinas, Lara ; Porter, Joel ; Hemment, Drew ; Woods, Mel. / Chattr. 2015.

Bibtex

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title = "Chattr",
abstract = "Spoken conversations which occur in public spaces are recorded, transcribed, and published as indelible text on the internet.The project highlights the gap between attitudes to privacy in digital and physical spaces. It investigates whether a Data Use Policy can be acceptable in exchange for real world social settings, and records the attitudes of people as their spoken word becomes a shareable, mineable dataset uniquely identified as a URL.This project is based on discussions with Kyle McDonald and was managed by Joeli Brearley.",
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RIS

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AU - Porter, Joel

AU - Hemment, Drew

AU - Woods, Mel

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M3 - Other contribution

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