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Microblogging without Borders: differences and similarities

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The fast increase in the ease of access to computing, coupled with the rapid growth of social media has provided the space and motivated people all over the world to publicly share many kinds of information, from general interest topics such as elections and fashion to private topics such as the user’s mood. The widespread use of microblogging services such as Twitter, in particular, have led to vast amounts of data generated by users in many different countries. In spite of this, very little...

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University of Oxford
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SSD
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Oxford Internet Institute
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Association for Computing Machinery Publisher's website
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Poster Session at ACM WebSci '11, 3rd International Conference on Web Science Journal website
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Poster Session at ACM WebSci '11, 3rd International Conference on Web Science
Publication date:
2011-06-15
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631363
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2016-06-30

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