Knowledge, Technology & Policy 23 (3):307-309 (2010)

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These comments claim that a shift has occurred between early discussions of online trust, where the focus was on the possibility of such trust and later ones, such as Ess’s, where the concern is more with the influence of the new communication technologies on trust in general. The comments, then, focus on affordance as examined by Ess, arguing that it is, indeed, a central issue in new communications and trust.
Keywords Trust  Affordance  Virtue  Online
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DOI 10.1007/s12130-010-9115-7
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