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We know where you live

Tatiana Pontes, Marisa Vasconcelos, Jussara Almeida, Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, Virgilio Almeida
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing - UbiComp '12  
social networks (LBSN).  ...  In the last few years, the increasing interest in location-based services (LBS) has favored the introduction of geo-referenced information in various Web 2.0 applications, as well as the rise of location-based  ...  INTRODUCTION Online social networks (OSN), such as Facebook, Twitter and the recent Google+ , are currently very popular.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2370216.2370419 dblp:conf/huc/PontesVAKA12 fatcat:mljvqwhrurdzfe5n52f7vupqx4

Increasing Socio-Spatial Connectedness Among Students: A Location-Based AR Social Media Network Approach

Linda Hirsch, Ivan Graf von Silva-Tarouca, Robin Welsch
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts  
Therefore, we built a location-based AR social network app, including geotagged AR social media photos.  ...  Finally, we discuss other application scenarios and outline challenges and opportunities for location-based AR social media networks.  ...  location-based AR social networks?  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491101.3519681 fatcat:sihuvegziveutauiupal2bi7cm

I know where you are and what you are sharing

Stevens Le Blond, Chao Zhang, Arnaud Legout, Keith Ross, Walid Dabbous
2011 Proceedings of the 2011 ACM SIGCOMM conference on Internet measurement conference - IMC '11  
We devise a scheme based on the identification field of the IP datagrams to verify with high accuracy whether the identified user is participating in specific torrents.  ...  We also consider the linkability threat, in which the identified user is linked to his Internet usage.  ...  Here are some comments:  ... 
doi:10.1145/2068816.2068822 dblp:conf/imc/Le-BlondZLRD11 fatcat:v2qu5sj2urefja5crd6b6oknpm

Finding your friends and following them to where you are

Adam Sadilek, Henry Kautz, Jeffrey P. Bigham
2012 Proceedings of the fifth ACM international conference on Web search and data mining - WSDM '12  
We present and evaluate Flap, a system that solves two intimately related tasks: link and location prediction in online social networks.  ...  For location prediction, Flap implements a scalable probabilistic model of human mobility, where we treat users with known GPS positions as noisy sensors of the location of their friends.  ...  Unlike other computers, phones are aware of the location of their users, and this information is often included in users' posts. In fact, major online social networks are fostering location sharing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2124295.2124380 dblp:conf/wsdm/SadilekKB12 fatcat:ha6goxl3bvanjbsc7qvfzwwfeu

Incentives and Social Capital: Are Homeowners Better Citizens?

Denise DiPasquale, Edward L. Glaeser
1999 Journal of Urban Economics  
We do not actually know the city or place where individuals live in the U.S. General Social Survey, but we do know the city size and the state.  ...  Ž We present a model where citizens invest in both social capital which is . defined as the social links among citizens and local amenities.  ... 
doi:10.1006/juec.1998.2098 fatcat:ezpvwzokfbce3arxqxvyqgygam

I Know Where You are and What You are Sharing: Exploiting P2P Communications to Invade Users' Privacy [article]

Stevens Le Blond , Arnaud Legout, Keith W. Ross, Walid Dabbous (INRIA Sophia Antipolis / INRIA Grenoble Rhône-Alpes)
2011 arXiv   pre-print
We devise a scheme based on the identification field of the IP datagrams to verify with high accuracy whether the identified user is participating in specific torrents.  ...  We also consider the linkability threat, in which the identified user is linked to his Internet usage.  ...  We would like to thank the volunteers for the considerable amount of time they have spent to help us test our scheme.  ... 
arXiv:1109.4039v3 fatcat:l7xanqr2erhjxfen5bpbis347a

Constructing Race and Ethnicity: "It Has to Do with Where You Are"

Nikita Carney
2021 Spatial Demography  
The findings reveal that Haitian women experience race differently in Montreal and in Boston, based largely on the historical context of each place.  ...  shifts over time and place, this article challenges the practice of engaging with race as a fixed or static category to consider how race is constructed across place, highlighting the nuances of race that are  ...  We were bused to school, with police escort. We had riots every other day. You're in class one minute, next thing you know riot, boom, you're home. So you were not getting a proper education.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40980-021-00087-6 fatcat:ruwmzcwhonbhtcuzxkfgdyfbjm

Cultural Competency - Best Intentions are not good enough

Brenda Freshman
2018 Diversity and equality in health and care  
This of course will depend on the location of your facility, but no matter where you are located, there is a population or cause that could benefit from your workforces volunteer service.  ...  King's quote suggests, we must get out from behind the veils of denial, fear and political correctness and deal with real issues where they are located.  ... 
doi:10.21767/2049-5471.1000e17 fatcat:3cnj43euhbcbxn6axbzvhbmahq

Australian Expatriates: Who are They?

David Calderón Prada
2007 Coolabah  
Australians living abroad are known as 'expatriates´ and they have a particular profile: highly educated and better skilled than their counterparts at home.  ...  To begin with, in terms of migration, Australia is both historically and contemporarily linked to other countries.  ...  Indeed, in most cases human beings need to know the place where their roots come from in order to trace their identity.  ... 
doi:10.1344/co2007/.1.39-47 doaj:1e0418be775d4784b2a522e6f4378dd3 fatcat:36ebbkzjmjfcrnlkp4t4tllmka

Biometric identification: Are we ethically ready?

Karen Renaud, Andrew Hoskins, Rossouw von Solms
2015 2015 Information Security for South Africa (ISSA)  
Trust us; we want to make your life easier!"  ...  of data with cartographic locators: a naïve over-simplification of the uniqueness that characterizes humanity.  ...  On the other hand no one expects corporations to be trustworthy: we know that they act in their own interests.  ... 
doi:10.1109/issa.2015.7335051 dblp:conf/issa/RenaudHS15 fatcat:ulbltdedczc7divyaqliv2ramu

When Queries are Searches

Emily Berman
2017 Social Science Research Network  
First, there remains very little information about what we do, where we go, what we purchase, or with whom we communicate that some third party does not record and store digitally.  ...  Similarly, we now live in a networked world. Many Americans have family, friends, or business associates all around the globe.  ...  The perfect storm that swept the USA Freedom Act into existence is not something we can count on happening regularly. The Snowden leaks are likely a once-in-a-generation event.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2902635 fatcat:jxpqbmux65c7tkweeezfb3dpb4

Are you getting sick? Predicting influenza-like symptoms using human mobility behaviors

Gianni Barlacchi, Christos Perentis, Abhinav Mehrotra, Mirco Musolesi, Bruno Lepri
2017 EPJ Data Science  
Then, we present and validate models that are able to successfully predict the future presence of symptoms by analyzing the mobility patterns of our individuals.  ...  In this paper, we study the impact of people mobility behaviors for predicting the future presence of flu-like and cold symptoms (i.e. fever, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, headache, muscle pain  ...  Acknowledgements We thank all the participants of the study. Gianni Barlacchi was supported by a fellowship from TIM.  ... 
doi:10.1140/epjds/s13688-017-0124-6 pmid:32010545 pmcid:PMC6959395 fatcat:li7ntndrzvccjh7bteiuj3ywri

Mobile AR Requirements for Location Based Social Networks

Tuukka Turunen, Tino Pyssysalo, Juha Röning
2010 International Journal of Virtual Reality  
Utilizing the novel User Interface (UI) technology of Augmented Reality (AR) in mobile phones provides significant advantages for Location Based Social Networks (LBSN) via powerful UI that allows the user  ...  Compared to use of a map based interface, it is much easier for the user to understand where the nearby friends and points of interests are located when using a mobile AR interface to access the information  ...  We define the mobile AR specific requirements of Location Based Social Networks in four main categories: 1. Spatial accuracy 2. Orientation accuracy 3. Data transfer 4.  ... 
doi:10.20870/ijvr.2010.9.4.2792 fatcat:phfzz5a3vbf3vcljg724y65jl4

Show me how you move and I will tell you who you are

Sébastien Gambs, Marc-Olivier Killijian, Miguel Núñez del Prado Cortez
2010 Proceedings of the 3rd ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Security and Privacy in GIS and LBS - SPRINGL '10  
of work or even their social network, thus causing a privacy breach.  ...  If an unauthorized entity can access this data, it can used it to infer personal information about the individuals whose movements are contained within these datasets, such as learning their home and place  ...  We plan to investigate the inference attacks combining location and social knowledge and integrate them in GEPETO.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1868470.1868479 dblp:conf/gis/GambsKC10 fatcat:g2veji6xobbqxpyfmn7vle5s5q

"Dolphins Are Just Gay Sharks"

Alice Marwick, Mary L. Gray, Mike Ananny
2013 Television & New Media  
We find that young adults experience and deploy Glee in two ways.  ...  Although some of the engagement with Glee on social media echoed textual themes, we also find devoted fan engagement that diverges from that of our ethnographic observations.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Jazmin González-Rivero, the anonymous reviewers, the members of the Social Media Collective at Microsoft Research, and the attendees and presenters of the  ... 
doi:10.1177/1527476413478493 fatcat:tgc7i72fxbbihmrrcry7ujyiaa
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