Further Web Science Bibliography

Government Things

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e-Government Issues

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Statistics and Things

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Participatory Inequality

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Digital Inequality

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Transparency and Privacy…some links to Security

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The Third Sector

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Web Design Issues

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Industry Perspectives

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Conference Proceedings

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Videos, Blogs and Non-Academic Articles

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Open Access

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Open Data

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Cybercrime

  • Wall, D.S. (2007/11) ‘Policing Cybercrime: Situating the public police in networks of security in cyberspace’, Police Practice
    and Research: An International Journal, 8(2): 183-205 (Revised Feb. 2011) Available at SSRN: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=853225

  • Wall, D.S. (2010) ‘Micro-Frauds: Virtual Robberies, Stings and Scams in the Information Age’, in T. Holt, T., and B. Schell (2010) (eds) Corporate Hacking and Technology-Driven
    Crime: Social Dynamics and Implications, Hershey, PA (USA): IGI Global – http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1563626
  • Oates, J. (2011) ‘May promises £63m for cybercrime fight’, The Register, 15 February, http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/02/15/uk_cybercrime_spending/
  • Get Safe Online. A joint initiative between the Government, law enforcement, leading businesses and the public sector, providing computer users and small businesses with free, independent,
    user-friendly advice that will allow them to use the internet confidently, safely and securely.http://www.getsafeonline.org/

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2 Responses to Further Web Science Bibliography

  1. Steph Gray says:

    To be fair, my post (http://www.helpfultechnology.com/helpful-blog/2010/11/a-window-on-the-wormery/) doesn’t really argue for leaving things as they are… just that a single domain is a tricky thing to make workable. I’d argue that specialist corporate sites are needed for stakeholders, with tighter budget controls and tougher objectives; improving the citizen-facing supersites is definitely needed.

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