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ACM SIGCAS/SIGCHI Conference on Computing and Sustainable Societies (COMPASS)
Nowadays much of human interaction are taking place online and on social networking sites. These platforms often encourage people to use profile pictures as parts of their profiles. To understand digital identity construction across various user communities and to foster inclusive, diverse, and sustainable online interactions among them, it is imperative to understand the perception of different users groups about digital profile pictures (DPP). In order to explore this, we conducted adoi:10.1145/3530190.3534853 fatcat:k4c625vhujdtrj2ir5qsbqdqrm