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Eat the Cake and Have It Too: Privacy Preserving Location Aggregates in Geosocial Networks [article]

Bogdan Carbunar, Mahmudur Rahman, Jaime Ballesteros, Naphtali Rishe
2013 arXiv   pre-print
Geosocial networks are online social networks centered on the locations of subscribers and businesses.  ...  Its natural reliance on personal information introduces a trade-off between user privacy and incentives of participation for businesses and geosocial network providers.  ...  BACKGROUND AND MODEL We model the geosocial network (GSN) after Yelp [1] .  ... 
arXiv:1304.3513v1 fatcat:m7kvpifwlzcmxg4rjxajcav4ni

Fink_columbia_0054D_12177.pdf [article]

pictures of Brooklyn and what he's eating, and everything else.  ...  "[It was the] type of story that could have an impact and hopefully sheds light on something that was in the dark for way too long.  ...  What's your beat (if you have one)? Do you use Twitter? Do you use it to find sources or in other ways? Facebook? Do you use it to find sources or in other ways? LinkedIn?  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8h70p62 fatcat:jjqyyv5tafbknmqeibgk6lmnmm

Between the Event and the Ordinary: Climate Crises and the Ecologies of Everyday Life in the California Desert

Michael David Vine, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Matei Candea
It is by definition an event out of the ordinary, which in turn is idealised as the realm of routine, repetition, and the reproduction of the social order.  ...  It is my assertion that these ongoing and open-ended practices are poorly captured by the concept of "recovery"—a recurrent figure in the anthropology of disaster—which strongly suggests a telos of return  ...  Acknowledgements This dissertation would not have been possible without an extraordinary degree of support from family, friends, and colleagues across the U.K. and California.  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.21595 fatcat:kg7a5n2cvvektnkm32z6pu72u4