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Privacy at the Margins

The International Journal of Communication has published new Special Section on “Privacy at the Margins” with 10 articles from international scholars. Those articles look at a range of privacy experiences around the world.

Understanding Privacy at the Margins — Introduction by Alice E. Marwick, Danah Boyd

Refractive Surveillance: Monitoring Customers to Manage Workers by Karen Levy, Solon Barocas

Not the Normal Trans Story: Negotiating Trans Narratives While Crowdfunding at the Margins by Niki Fritz, Amy Gonzales

Being At Home With Privacy: Privacy and Mundane Intimacy Through Same-Sex Locative Media Practices by Larissa Hjorth, Sarah Pink, Heather Horst

The Poverty of Privacy: Understanding Privacy Trade-Offs From Identity Infrastructure Users in India by Janaki Srinivasan, Savita Bailur, Emrys Schoemaker, Sarita Seshagiri

Technology in Rural Appalachia: Cultural Strategies of Resistance and Navigation by Sherry Hamby, Elizabeth Taylor, Allison Smith, Kimberly Mitchell, Lisa Jones

Concerns, Skills, and Activities: Multilayered Privacy Issues in Disadvantaged Urban Communities by Xiaoqian Li, Wenhong Chen, Joseph D. Straubhaar

Privacy Versus Relatedness: Managing Device Use in Australia’s Remote Aboriginal Communities by Ellie Rennie, Indigo Holcombe-James, Tyson Yunkaporta

Socially Mediated Visibility: Friendship and Dissent in Authoritarian Azerbaijan by Katy E. Pearce, Jessica Vitak, Kristen Barta

Settler Governance and Privacy: Canada’s Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement and the Mediation of State-Based Violence by Lara Fullenwieder, Adam Molnar

Source: International Journal of Communication

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