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1409 Publications
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  • Mapping the mobile landscape in Australia

    The wireless economy is expanding internationally, led by the popularity in mobile phones. We view the wireless economy as growing in three distinct, but inter–related areas: consumer transactions (mCommerce), enterprise solutions (mEnterprise); and, other services to individuals and organisations (mServices). This paper surveys the wireless landscape, specifically from a non–technologist’s perspective, while providing wide–ranging and contemporary examples of mobile applications in Australia...

    Securing private data sharing in multi-party analytics

    A general class of problems arises when datasets containing private information belong to multiple parties or owners and they collectively want to perform analytic studies on the entire set while respecting the privacy and security concerns of each individual party. We describe a solution to this problem in the form of a secure procedure for data mapping and/or linkage, which allows to identify the correspondence between entities in a distributed dataset. In contrast to existing methods this ...

    Social gaming for change: Facebook unleashed

    The notion that we can positively change behaviours through games and play has long been accepted by social change game creators. In this paper, we argue that social change games should meet social gaming. Thus, we study the characteristics of Facebook style games and of the platform itself. We first discuss the positive traits of social gaming like the pro–social game mechanics, asynchronous multiplayer gameplay and the influence of the social infrastructure. Then, we consider how some...

    Misuse or misdesign? Yik Yak on college campuses and the moral dimensions of technology design

    Yik Yak, a location-based, anonymous social media app, has been gaining negative attention as a platform that often gives voice to bullying, racism and sexism on college campuses across the country. Integrating research on digital anonymity and cyberbullying, this paper analyzes the key features of Yik Yak and discusses the ethical dimensions of technology design, as illustrated by the Yik Yak case study. Based on this analysis and integrating previous research findings on interaction in digi...
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