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Saturday, September 27 • 10:20 - 11:40
Session 1B: Privacy

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"Why We Share: How the Utility of Social Media Relates to Privacy."
Kelly Quinn

"Representative data sovereignty: Overcoming big data’s challenge to flawed consumer choice policy."
Jonathan Obar

"Ensuring Privacy of Participants in Social Media Based Research: an Australian perspective."
Chandana Unnithan and Paula Swatman Pmc

"Compressing Comments: Reactions to Perceived Organizational Control via Social Media Surveillance."
Bree Mcewan

Moderators
avatar for Anabel Quan-Haase

Anabel Quan-Haase

Professor, Western University
Looking forward to hearing about novel methods in the study of social media, new trends, and social activism. I am also curious about interdisciplinary teams and how they work. Any success stories, best practices or failures?

Speakers
avatar for Bree Mcewan

Bree Mcewan

Associate Professor, Western Illinois University
Researching intersection of interpersonal and computer-mediated communication. Would love to chat with people about measures (recently published Facebook Relational Maintenance Measure and have Affordances measure in the works) and linguistic analyses (working on some LIWC stuff... Read More →
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Jonathan Obar

Assistant Professor, York University
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Kelly Quinn

Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Illinois at Chicago - Communication
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Paula M.C. Swatman

Adjunct Professor of Information Systems, University of Tasmania
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Dr. Chandana Unnithan

Faculty - Information Systems, Victoria University
I am a faculty member in the field of Information Systems Management with Victoria University, Australia (and also teach at Charles Darwin University). I teach IT Project management, Enterprise Business Applications, and Professional Practice. My current research focus is on s... Read More →


Saturday September 27, 2014 10:20 - 11:40
TRS 1-129 Ted Rogers School of Management

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