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Anonymous Communication on the Internet and Trolling

Allison Klempka, Arielle Stimson
2014 Concordia journal of communications research  
As of the time of this study, research is limited on the trolling culture, the perception of trolls, and trolling behavior.  ...  Internet Trolls are an online subculture who participate in posting upsetting or shocking content, harassing users, and spreading false information for their own enjoyment.  ...  it or not; they have "high ego-involvement."  ... 
doi:10.54416/ohqp4384 fatcat:7ixya5ldi5ezpcatwt57kvuleu

Nobody Cares, Lah!" The Phenomenon of Flaming on YouTube in Malaysia

Revathy Amadera Lingam, Norizah Aripin
2016 Journal of Business and Social Review in Emerging Economies  
Findings: The paper offers rich theoretical insights to understand the practical issue of ridiculous comments by internet users on YouTube.  ...  Findings of the study will help understand the views of YouTube community in Malaysia on flaming. The study may further help understand the issue of flaming on other social media sites.  ...  the person shown on the video, the uploader of the video or other YouTube users that comment on the particular video.  ... 
doi:10.26710/jbsee.v2i1.20 fatcat:qyxsclbpibh6vpxpldvmk5yrwu

Internet Security [chapter]

Douglas Conorich
2007 Information Security Management Handbook, Sixth Edition  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to acknowledge the following people for their contribution to the chapter by data collection.  ...  Rogers argues that the system's social structure affects diffusion through the action of social norms, the roles taken by opinion leaders and change agents, the types of innovation decisions that are taken  ...  This is combined with the vast array of peripheral hardware such as scanners, video conferencing cameras, video capturing and editing software, graphic design tools, and inline modems for very fast upload  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781439833032.ch151 fatcat:6f3w4qg2ajb7div4uwqx2otq2m

This American Copyright Life: Reflections on Re-Equilibrating Copyright for the Internet Age

Peter S. Menell
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Following my presentation of the Brace Lecture, I had the opportunity to reprise the lecture at Cardozo Law School, George Washington Law School (and the D.C. Chapter of the  ...  the participants on the Cyberprof and Pho listserves for inspiration, perspective, provocation, and insight; and Claire Sylvia for her steadfast love, encouragement, and support.  ...  By recognizing the essential role of social norms in the operation of the Internet Age content governance ecosystem, policymakers and industry leaders can re-equilibrate copyright law and content markets  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2347674 fatcat:ad7cz45uhjckvkorluprevl6ii

Comments on Fire! Classifying Flaming Comments on YouTube Videos in Malaysia

Revathy Amadera Lingam, Norizah Aripin
2017 Jurnal Komunikasi Malaysian Journal of Communication  
The research aims to discover the types of comments that are found on Malaysian themed YouTube videos and classify them accordingly.  ...  The results of this study show that the two most frequent types of comments found on Malaysian videos are political attack and racial attack.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This study is a part of Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) which is sponsored by the Ministry of Higher Education (S/O Code: 13594).  ... 
doi:10.17576/jkmjc-2017-3304-07 fatcat:rjpzut6xazelbnqtfy6lmgdure

Semiotics of spreadability: A systematic approach to Internet memes and virality

Gabriele Marino
2015 Punctum International Journal of Semiotics  
technological, economic, and social structures involved in the transmission of the text (both in the case of what nowadays we call 'top-down' or 'branded' content and 'bottom-up' or 'grassroots' content  ...  Alternatively, we may consider the possibility of an incentive for the ego in seeking to perform better in comparison with others, in creating social bonds as affiliation and solidarity and pursuing social  ...  (GFW Story -GFW历史) (Li 2012) A satire posted by a netizen on a social media site (Ash 2014) On June 25, 2012, an Internet blogger published a short story about an augmented version of the 'Great Firewall  ... 
doi:10.18680/hss.2015.0004 fatcat:6zyy2e6jnnalpcoovfzk7p5c3y

What Google Knows: Privacy and Internet Search Engines

Omer Tene
2007 Social Science Research Network  
REV. 957, 968-74 (1989) (arguing that the common law tort of invasion of privacy acts as a safeguard to social norms). 24 application of the breach-of-confidentiality tort to protect search users' privacy  ...  Constitutional protection is lost in situations where no contents are involved. 199 Courts have extended the Miller and Smith "assumption-of-risk" paradigm to a wide variety of circumstances involving  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1021490 fatcat:gkbfs3qhmvbotdeoc726q6c6lq

Effects of Enduring Involvement on Intention toward Digital Piracy: The Case of Japanese Anime

Kazuya Haraguchi
2022 Journal of student research  
Recently, digital piracy has been a major problem in the content industry, and a massive amount of anime has been illegally uploaded to the Internet in Japan.  ...  The author focuses on enduring involvement and its facets in the context of leisure activities.  ...  free anime officially uploaded on the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.47611/jsr.v10i4.1403 fatcat:bgos7m6q4jcjtaewfljmym6ehy

The Effect of Social Media on Identity Construction

Uğur Gündüz
2017 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
It is essential to comprehend the motives of agencies to have an understanding of the group interactions on social platforms.  ...  The Social Network is gaining more and more importance in today's world and has a deeper impact on the society as to the traditional media.  ...  Istanbul University's SRPCU (Scientific Research Projects Coordination Unit) provided assistance to the conduct of this study (Project ID: BEK-2016-21217).  ... 
doi:10.1515/mjss-2017-0026 fatcat:aaiijnyy7zgllmrqplhuvmfs2u

Evil Offspring - Ransomware and Crypto Technology

Hilarie Orman
2016 IEEE Internet Computing  
The website content is usually stored on servers that aren't part of the website itself, and the content is uploaded to the servers.  ...  content and competitions; however, multiple other factors are almost certainly involved.  ...  Sidney Fernbach, one of the pioneers on the development and application of high performance computers for the solution of large computational problems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2016.90 fatcat:v5zmzx7qrba5dkqxweoo3ifvry

New members' online socialization in online communities: The effects of content quality and feedback on new members' content-sharing intentions

Sungwook Lee, Do-Hyung Park, Ingoo Han
2014 Computers in Human Behavior  
Online communities' viability and success are dependent on current members' active participation and content contribution, as well as on the sustainable community registration of new members.  ...  The results of this study suggest that UGC quality gaps that exist between current and new members are important factors that might affect new members' socialization.  ...  The authors would also like to thank Se Hee Han, Ji Hyo Lee, Ji Ahn Lee, Yoonhee Hwang, and Chaehee Park for their assistance with this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2013.09.015 fatcat:5i4dpb2vyna6paptqqczncn3pi

YouTubers as satirists: Humour and remix in online video

Patrícia Dias da Silva, José Luís Garcia
2012 JeDEM - eJournal of eDemocracy & Open Government  
We start with a genealogy of political satire, from classical to Internet times, followed by a general description of "the Hitler meme," a series of videos on YouTube featuring footage from the film Der  ...  Amid video-games, celebrities, and the Internet itself, politicians and politics are the target of twenty-first century caricatures.  ...  Uploaded to a worldwide repository, the videos are accessible to (almost) anyone with an Internet connection.  ... 
doi:10.29379/jedem.v4i1.95 fatcat:lgxks5ayvjbhhelm76eeeikzfm

The Usage Of Social Networks In Educational Context

Sacide Güzin Mazman, Yasemin Koçak Usluel
2009 Zenodo  
While developing a model proposal, the existing adoption and diffusion models have been reviewed and they are thought to be suitable on handling an original perspective instead of using completely other  ...  Facilitating conditions, image, subjective norms and community identity are incorporated to model as antecedents of these direct four constructs.  ...  direct determinants of intention or usage in one or more of the individual models.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1057827 fatcat:dz4ge57psbc6niq7irgmkuavb4

Charismatic Code, Social Norms, and the Emergence of Cooperation on the File-Swapping Networks

Lior Jacob Strahilevitz
2003 Virginia law review  
REV. 306, 308-316 (1981). 99 For discussions of anonymity on the Internet and its influence on social norms, see LAWRENCE LESSIG, CODE AND OTHER LAWS OFCYBERSPACE 30-34 (1999); and April Mara Major, Norm  ...  Sunstein, Social Norms and Social Roles, 96 COLUM. L.REV. 903, 910 (1996). 111 Spencer E. Ante, Inside Napster, BUSINESS WEEK, Aug. 14, 2000, at 112.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3202355 fatcat:3vszx7ogjfcglob2lskrhivugy

Makmende Amerudi: Kenya's Collective Reimagining as a Meme of Aspiration

Brian Ekdale, Melissa Tully
2013 Critical Studies in Media Communication  
In 2010, Kenya's first internet meme arrived in the form of a vigilante named Makmende, the action-hero-inspired protagonist of a music video.  ...  In this article, we analyze the Makmende phenomenon to understand why this video inspired Kenya's first internet meme, what the meme says about contemporary Kenya and politics, and how this meme broadens  ...  Notes [1] While these numbers may appear small relative to popular videos in the U.S., Kenya has one-eighth the population and internet penetration rate of the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15295036.2013.858823 fatcat:gyayd34lrnavbkx4o5d6vckxby
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