First Monday special issue on "Identity and Identification"
Some of the papers presented at a symposium on "Identity and Identification in a Networked World" that was held at New York University in September have now been published in a special issue of "First Monday". They look at online identities from different social science perspectives:
- Identity and Identification in a Networked World by Tim Schneider and Michael Zimmer
- Friends, Friendsters, and Top 8: Writing community into being on social network sites by Danah Boyd
- MySpace on the record: The admissibility of social website content under the federal rules of evidence by Stacy Schesser
- On panopticism, criminal records and sex offender registries by Verónica B. Piñero
- The cost of (anti-)social networks: Identity, agency and neo-luddites by Ryan Bigge