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Of the many opportunities and affordances that mobile technologies bring to our day-to-day lives, the ability to cheat physical separation and remain accessible to each other-in an instant-also brings pressure to bear on well-established social conventions as to how we should act when we are engaged with others in shared spaces. In this paper we explore some ethical dimensions of mobile communication by considering the manner in which individuals in everyday contexts balance interpretations ofdoi:10.5324/eip.v4i2.1760 fatcat:dmz2ruo77jfsbpbmdidwzcyjsq