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How creators manage the risks and constraints of online hyper(in)visibility - Interview record
This is the repository concerning the interview connected to the above study, 12 interviews carried out with censored, marginalised content creators in the UK, Ireland, Italy, Australia and the USA.
This article complicates understandings of online visibility by highlighting the experiences of a diverse set of ‘sexual(ity)’ content creators, for whom visibility comes with substantial risks. This repository is about a set of 12 semi-structured, virtual ethnographic interviews via the videoconferencing software Zoom with Instagram and TikTok content creators, who had publicly shared that they believed they had been de-platformed after malicious user reports. These interviews constitute the Northumbria side of this dataset for this co-written article.
The data are not publicly available due to the privacy of research participants. To request access please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Cyber-Security across the Life Span (cSaLSA)
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