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Mark Tunick
Florida Atlantic University
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Evaluates a criticism based on privacy and other ethical grounds of Bond's study using 61 million persons on Facebook to determine whether political mobilization messages shared on social media can influence voting behavior.
Keywords privacy  social media  big data
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