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Legislative Tensions in Participation and Privacy

Legislative Tensions in Participation and Privacy
Legislative Tensions in Participation and Privacy
Two-thirds of the world’s Internet population now visit an online community or blogging site and thesector now accounts for almost 10% of all Internet time. A quarter of a million users sign up to socialnetworking sites every day worldwide and a third of those who have a profile on a social networkupdate it daily. Participation and privacy are critical success factors that underpin healthy andvibrant online communities. It is essential that Future Internet researchers understand thecomplexities of participation and privacy in the design of systems to ensure that technologies aresocially, ethically and legally acceptable.This report explores perspectives on participation and privacy within online communities by applyingdifferent analytical techniques to a case study from e-Government. • Collaborative network organisations (CNO): Design from the users’ perspective • Tussles: Design the playing field and not the outcome • Risk management: Design for outcome considering uncertainty
University of Southampton IT Innovation & Oxford Internet Institute
Boniface, Mike
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Pickering, Brian
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Meyer, Eric
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Cobo, Cristobel
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Boniface, Mike
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Pickering, Brian
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Meyer, Eric
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Cobo, Cristobel
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Boniface, Mike, Pickering, Brian, Meyer, Eric and Cobo, Cristobel (2011) Legislative Tensions in Participation and Privacy University of Southampton IT Innovation & Oxford Internet Institute

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Abstract

Two-thirds of the world’s Internet population now visit an online community or blogging site and thesector now accounts for almost 10% of all Internet time. A quarter of a million users sign up to socialnetworking sites every day worldwide and a third of those who have a profile on a social networkupdate it daily. Participation and privacy are critical success factors that underpin healthy andvibrant online communities. It is essential that Future Internet researchers understand thecomplexities of participation and privacy in the design of systems to ensure that technologies aresocially, ethically and legally acceptable.This report explores perspectives on participation and privacy within online communities by applyingdifferent analytical techniques to a case study from e-Government. • Collaborative network organisations (CNO): Design from the users’ perspective • Tussles: Design the playing field and not the outcome • Risk management: Design for outcome considering uncertainty

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Published date: 2011
Organisations: Mechatronics

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Local EPrints ID: 272370
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/272370
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ORCID for Brian Pickering: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6815-2938

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Date deposited: 31 May 2011 10:52
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:32

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