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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 04/Oct/2019
8:00am
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4:00pm
Registration

Location: P Block, Level 5

9:00am
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10:30am
Panel-07: Online trust in the context of global migration: mobility, sociality, and the production of Chinese diasporic subjectivity in Australia
Location: P413
Chair: Emma Baulch
 

Online trust in the context of global migration: mobility, sociality, and the production of Chinese diasporic subjectivity in Australia

Wilfred Yang Wang1, Xinyu Zhao3, Xu Chen2, Yanan Jana Yang2

1: Monash University; 2: Queensland University of Technology; 3: Deakin University

Panel-10: Geolocation: Locating trust in digital platforms and economies
Location: P512
Chair: Neil James Henderson
 

Geolocation: Locating trust in digital platforms and economies

Peta Mitchell1, Agnieszka Leszczynski2, Matthew Zook3, Joe Blankenship3, Caitlin McGrane4, Larissa Hjorth4, Julian Thomas4, Rowan Wilken4

1: Digital Media Research Centre, QUT; 2: Western University; 3: University of Kentucky; 4: RMIT University

Panel-11: PLATFORM PEDAGOGIES: LEARNING, AUTHORISING AND VALIDATING TRUST IN EDUCATION
Location: O308
Chair: Natalie Hendry
 

PLATFORM PEDAGOGIES: LEARNING, AUTHORISING AND VALIDATING TRUST IN EDUCATION

Julian Sefton-Green1, Jessica Zacher Pandya2, Natalie Hendry1, Gavin Duffy1

1: Deakin University, Australia; 2: California State University, Long Beach

Panel-12: Trusting digital objects: persona shadows, swarm intelligence, meme warfare, smart clothing
Location: P413A
Chair: Jaigris Hodson
 

Trusting digital objects: persona shadows, swarm intelligence, meme warfare, smart clothing

Teodor Mitew, Christopher Moore, Travis Wall, Douglas Simkin

University of Wollongong, Australia

PaperSession-17: Memes & Representation
Location: O314
Chair: Elinor Carmi
 
9:00am - 9:20am

STOODIS: INDIGENOUS POLITICAL ACTIVISM THROUGH FACEBOOK MEMES

Cindy Tekobbe

University of Alabama, United States of America



9:20am - 9:40am

The Social Media Self-presentation of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez during the “Ocasio2018” Campaign

Yiping Xia

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America



9:40am - 10:00am

WHERE DOES TRUST FIT? OLDER USERS’ PHOTO-SHARING ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Sarah Quinton

Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom



10:00am - 10:20am

Too Many Cooks: Trusting New Voices in Online Culinary Advice

Katherine Kirkwood

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

PaperSession-19: Materialities
Location: P504
Chair: Alessandro Caliandro
 
9:00am - 9:20am

Pressure Controls: Data forces creeping through fingertip commands

Simon Taylor, Kevin Witzenberger

University of New South Wales, Australia



9:20am - 9:40am

VPNs AND ENCRYPTION AS BOUNDARY OBJECTS OF THE INTERNET: (MIS)TRUST IN THE TRANSLATION(S)

Luke Heemsbergen1, Adam Molnar2

1: Deakin University, Australia; 2: Deakin University, Australia



9:40am - 10:00am

The Future of Printcrime: 3D Printing and Gun Control in the Age of Trump

Matthew Rimmer

QUT, Australia



10:00am - 10:20am

PERSONAL INFORMATION ARCHIVING: BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSES TO THE PERCEPTION OF RISK

Chang Lin1, Jenna Jacobson2, Rhonda McEwen3

1: University of Toronto, Canada; 2: Ryerson University, Canada; 3: University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada

PaperSession-20: Assistants
Location: P514
Chair: Alex Louise Bevan
 
9:00am - 9:20am

“ALEXA, CAN I TRUST YOU?”: SMALL SISTERS AND FRIENDLY POWER

Luke Munn

Digital Cultures Institute, New Zealand



9:20am - 9:40am

Trusting smart speakers: a typology of invocationary acts

Chris Chesher

The University of Sydney, Australia



9:40am - 10:00am

INTELLIGENT FAILURES: CLIPPY MEMES AND THE LIMITS OF DIGITAL ASSISTANTS

Nancy Baym1, Limor Shifman2, Christopher Persaud1, Kelly Wagman1

1: Microsoft Research, United States of America; 2: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel



10:00am - 10:20am

THE RETURN OF MEDIEVAL SOCIETY – CONTROL, SURVEILLANCE AND NEO-FEUDALISM IN THE AGE OF THE INTERNET

Jakob Linaa Jensen

Danish School of Media and Journalism, Denmark

Roundtable-05: IRE 3.0: Overview, elements, future directions
Location: P419
Chair: Charles Ess
 

IRE 3.0: Overview, elements, future directions

Charles Ess1, Anja Bechmann2, Steve Jones3, Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda4

1: University of Oslo, Norway; 2: Aarhus University, Denmark; 3: University of Illinois at Chicago; 4: GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences

 
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
11:00am
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12:30pm
Panel-13: tumblr’s NSFW ban: money, boobs and betrayed users
Location: P419
Chair: Paul Byron
 

tumblr’s NSFW ban: money, boobs and betrayed users

Ysabel Gerrard1, Helen Thornham2, Elena Maris3, Crystal Abidin4, Kat Tiidenberg5, Nicholas-Brie Guarriello6

1: University of Sheffield, UK; 2: University of Leeds, UK; 3: Microsoft Research New England, USA; 4: Curtin University, Australia; 5: Tallinn University, Estonia; 6: University of Minnesota, USA

Panel-14: Blind spots of information operations: of micro propaganda, algorithm gaming & how to profit from it
Location: O308
Chair: Taylor Elle Saffy Hardwick
 

Blind spots of information operations: of micro propaganda, algorithm gaming & how to profit from it

Lisa-Maria Neudert1, Samantha Bradshaw1, Rebecca Lewis2, Leon Yin2, Samuel Woolley3, Katie Joseff3, Danaë Metaxa2, Alexander Hogan1

1: University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 2: University of Stanford; 3: Instiute for the Future

Panel-15: The Afterlives of Memorial Materials: Data, Hoax, Bot
Location: P413A
Chair: Nicholas John
 

The Afterlives of Memorial Materials: Data, Hoax, Bot

Bjorn Nansen1, Larissa Hjorth2, Stacey Pitsillides3, Hannah Gould1

1: University of Melbourne, Australia; 2: RMIT University, Australia; 3: University of Greenwich, UK

Panel-27: Data Selves: Trust, Control and Self-Representation in Digital Society
Location: P514
Chair: Helen Kennedy
 

Data Selves: Trust, Control and Self-Representation in Digital Society

Brady Robards1, Benjamin Lyall1, Claire Moran1, Jean Burgess2, Kath Albury3, Rowan Wilken4, Anthony McCosker3, Terri Senft5

1: Monash; 2: QUT; 3: Swinburne; 4: RMIT; 5: Macquarie

Panel-29: BANKING ON CULTURAL INTERMEDIARIES ACROSS WEBTOON, WEBNOVEL AND VIDEO-SHARING PLATFORMS IN ASIA’S DIGITAL CREATIVE ECONOMY
Location: O314
Chair: Saskia Witteborn
 

BANKING ON CULTURAL INTERMEDIARIES ACROSS WEBTOON, WEBNOVEL AND VIDEO-SHARING PLATFORMS IN ASIA’S DIGITAL CREATIVE ECONOMY

Brian Yecies1, Xiang {Tony} Ren2, Aegyung Shim1, Dingkun Wang3

1: University of Wollongong, Australia; 2: University of Western Sydney, Australia; 3: Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

PaperSession-21: Platform Lives
Location: P512
Chair: Yi-Ning Chen
 
11:00am - 11:20am

A balancing act: Putting up bookshelves on a social media platform

Anne-Mette Bech Albrechtslund

Independent, Denmark



11:20am - 11:40am

Sunsets and Memories: How We Bury and Mourn Dead Platforms

Emily van der Nagel

Monash University, Australia



11:40am - 12:00pm

Trust Under Trial: The Effect of Surge Pricing on Trust toward Ride-Hailing Platforms in Manila

Godofredo Jr Ramizo

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



12:00pm - 12:20pm

“Everything is a Recommendation”: Netflix and the Construction of Blackness Through Algorithms

Daniel Meyerend

University of Michigan, United States of America

PaperSession-22: Internet of Things
Location: P504
Chair: Jatinder Singh
 
11:00am - 11:20am

Observing the tech, using MeetUp data to study the evolution of the discourse around IoT

Luca Rossi1, Matteo Magnani2, Davide Vega D'aurelio2, Obaida Hanteer1

1: IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: Uppsala University, Sweden



11:20am - 11:40am

FROM CHASTITY BELTS TO SMART FROCKS: THE PROMISE OF RAPE DETERRENT TECHNOLOGY

Alex Louise Bevan1, Caroline Wilson Barnao2, Robyn Lincoln3

1: University of Queensland, Australia; 2: University of Queensland, Australia; 3: Bond University



11:40am - 12:00pm

Will Bleed for Data: ‘Women’s Wearables’, Crowdfunding Failures, and the Platformization of Reproductive Health

Rae Moors, Sarah Anne Murray

Digital Studies Institute, University of Michigan, United States of America

PaperSession-23: Social Media & Politics 2
Location: P413
Chair: DELFI CHINNAPPAN
 
11:00am - 11:20am

#ISTANDWITHCORBYN: TRUST, POPULISM AND POLITICAL FANDOM ONLINE

Cornel Sandvoss

University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom



11:20am - 11:40am

A NEW STANDARD OF PROOF? DISCOURSES ON VISUAL DATA AFTER THE 2017 G20-PROTESTS

Rebecca Venema, Katharina Lobinger

USI – Università della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland

PaperSession-24: Automation
Location: P505
Chair: Gabriel Pereira
 
11:00am - 11:20am

Notions of Evidence in AI for Healthcare: When Predictive Algorithms Meet Practice & Professions

Anne Henriksen, Anja Bechmann

Aarhus University, Denmark



11:20am - 11:40am

Is Artifical Intelligence an Oxymoron? Key questions in the age of data-essentialism

Jakob Svensson

Malmö University, Sweden



11:40am - 12:00pm

TRUST IN THE MUSIC? AUTOMATED MUSIC DISCOVERY, MUSIC RECOMMENDATION SYSTEMS & ALGORITHMIC CULTURE.

SOPHIE OLIVIA FREEMAN

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Australia



12:00pm - 12:20pm

HOW DOES CRYSTAL KNOW? FOLK THEORIES AND TRUST IN PREDICTIVE ALGORITHMS THAT ASSESS INDIVIDUAL PERSONALITY AND COMMUNICATION PREFERENCES

Tony Liao

University of Cincinnati, United States of America

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Panel-16: Smart Technologies, Algorithmic Governance and Data Justice
Location: O308
Chair: Suneel Jethani
 

Smart Technologies, Algorithmic Governance and Data Justice

Andrew Whelan1, Alexandra James2, Justine Humphry3, Tanja Dreher4, Danielle Hynes4, Scarlet Wilcock1

1: University of Wollongong; 2: Monash University; 3: University of Sydney; 4: University of New South Wales

Panel-17: THE VISCERAL EMBODIMENT OF DIGITAL PLEASURES
Location: P504
Chair: Claire Henry
 

THE VISCERAL EMBODIMENT OF DIGITAL PLEASURES

Naomi Smith1, Jenny Davis2, Alexia Maddox3, PJ Patella-Rey4

1: Federation University Australia; 2: Australian National University; 3: Deakin University; 4: University of Maryland

Panel-18: (Dis)Trust in the Platform: Examining Perceptions of Corporate and Privacy Policies
Location: P413A
Chair: Monique Mann
 

(Dis)Trust in the Platform: Examining Perceptions of Corporate and Privacy Policies

Amber Buck2, Sara Elyse West1, Estee Beck3

1: San Jose State University, United States of America; 2: University of Alabama, United States of America; 3: University of Texas at Arlington, United States of America

PaperSession-25: Infrastructures
Location: P514
Chair: Mahli-Ann Butt
 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

The “matter of concern” of digital infrastructure’s bias: what is the role of academics in relation to it?

Neil James Henderson

Deakin University, Australia



2:20pm - 2:40pm

Call me maybe: Social expectations and trust associated with telephony

Cecilie Einarson Pérez, Lorian Leong

Telenor Group, Norway



2:40pm - 3:00pm

CAN DIGITAL CULTURE SURVIVE COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS? INCREASING TRUST IN EXCEPTIONS AMONG SOFTWARE PRESERVATIONISTS

Patricia A Aufderheide

American University, United States of America

PaperSession-26: Labour
Location: P512
Chair: Earvin Charles Borja Cabalquinto
 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

Manufacturing Trust in Online Labour Platforms: Examining How Trust is Developed Between Buyers and Sellers of Digital Labour.

Monique de Jong McKenzie

University of Sydney, Australia



2:20pm - 2:40pm

Your order, their labor: An exploration of algorithms and laboring on food delivery platforms in China

Ping SUN

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, People's Republic of China



2:40pm - 3:00pm

More than race against the algorithms: Worker’s temporality in the platform economy

Yujie CHEN, Ping SUN

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, People's Republic of



3:00pm - 3:20pm

Evangelisms, Entanglements and Superfans: Young People’s Creative Labour in the Visibility Economy

Natalie Coulter4

York University, Canada

PaperSession-27: Trusted Machines, Methods & Data
Location: O314
Chair: Yu-Chung Cheng
 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

Trusted Machines? Machine Learning, More-than-Human Speed and Dead Labor in Platform Capitalism

Sy Taffel

Massey University, New Zealand



2:20pm - 2:40pm

MAKING THE UNSEEN VISIBLE: EXPLORING CROSSCUTTING SOCIAL MEDIA PUBLICS AND THEIR SOCIOPOLITICAL TRAITS

Jakob Bæk Kristensen

University of Canterbury, New Zealand



2:40pm - 3:00pm

COMPLEX ECOLOGIES OF TRUST: FEELINGS ABOUT THE DATA PRACTICES OF A PUBLIC SECTOR BROADCASTER

Robin Elizabeth Steedman1, Helen Kennedy1, Rhianne Jones2

1: University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 2: BBC

PaperSession-28: Automation 2
Location: P505
Chair: Olga Boichak
 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

Convenience trumps algorithms: predicting continued intention to use music streaming services

Marika Lüders

University of Oslo, Norway



2:20pm - 2:40pm

Apple Memories and automated memory-making: Marketing speak, chip-engineering, and the politics of prediction

Gabriel Pereira

Aarhus University, Denmark



2:40pm - 3:00pm

Can We Automate Trust? Assessing the Trustworthiness of Machine Superintendents on Smart City Building Projects

Brydon Timothy Wang

Queensland University of Technology, Australia



3:00pm - 3:20pm

ASSESSING ETHICAL AI-BASED DECISION-MAKING: TOWARDS AN APPLIED ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK

Paul Henman

University of Queensland, Australia

PaperSession-29: Methodologies 2
Location: P413
Chair: Elija Cassidy
 

Mapping the migrant digital space, methodological challenges and preliminary results

Ahmad Kamal, Luca Rossi

IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark



PUNCHING UP OR TURNING AWAY? WHEN PALESTINIANS UNFRIEND JEWS IN ISRAEL

Nicholas John, Aysha Agbarya

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel



‘SENSORIAL LITTER’: BUILDING REFLEXIVE TRUST THROUGH EXAMINING DIGITAL DETRITUS

Kathleen {Kaye} Allyson Hare

Department of Language and Literacy Education, University of British Columbia, Canada

PaperSession-30: Social Infrastructures
Location: P419
Chair: Aleena Chia
 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

The Carrier Wave Principle

Aram Sinnreich1, Jesse Gilbert2

1: American University, United States of America; 2: Dark Matter Media, United States of America



2:20pm - 2:40pm

Trusted Commons: Why “Old” Social Media Matter

. Maxigas1, Guillaume Latzko-Toth2

1: Lancaster University, UK; 2: Laval University, Canada



2:40pm - 3:00pm

A matter of trust: How the politicisation of Computer Security and Incident Response Teams affects the technical community

Leonie Maria Tanczer, Madeline Carr

University College London, United Kingdom



3:00pm - 3:20pm

‘Smart Wake Up’ and ‘Binaural Beats’: Sleep Apps and the Acoustic Modulation of Sleep-Wake Rhythms

bjorn nansen, christopher o'neill

University of Melbourne, Australia

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Coffee Break
4:00pm
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5:30pm
Panel-19: DIGITAL PLATFORMS AND MEDIA INDUSTRIES/DIGITAL PLATFORMS AS MEDIA INDUSTRIES
Location: P419
Chair: Luke Heemsbergen
 

DIGITAL PLATFORMS AND MEDIA INDUSTRIES/DIGITAL PLATFORMS AS MEDIA INDUSTRIES

Stuart Cunningham1, Terry Flew1, Fiona Martin2, Amanda Lotz1, Ramon Lobato3, David Craig4, Junyi Lv4

1: Queensland University of Technology, Australia; 2: University of Sydney; 3: RMIT Univerity; 4: University of Southern California

Panel-20: Filtering Instagram: Reframing Influence, Identities, and Information
Location: O308
Chair: Jeff Hemsley
 

Filtering Instagram: Reframing Influence, Identities, and Information

Tama Leaver2, Crystal Abidin2, Tim Highfield3, Theo Plothe1, Kirsten Gibson4, Rachel Barton4, Lauren Gurrieri5, Jenna Drenten6

1: Savannah State University, United States of America; 2: Curtin University; 3: University of Amsterdam; 4: Purdue University; 5: RMIT University; 6: Loyola University Chicago

Panel-25: CULTURAL COSMOLOGIES OF THE INTERNET: SITUATING DIGITAL NETWORKED TECHNOLOGIES IN DIVERSE MORAL UNIVERSES
Location: P514
Chair: Kathleen Allyson Hare
 

CULTURAL COSMOLOGIES OF THE INTERNET: SITUATING DIGITAL NETWORKED TECHNOLOGIES IN DIVERSE MORAL UNIVERSES

Alexia Maddox1, Jolynna Sinanan2, Marcus Carter2, Heather Horst2, Michaela Spencer3, Gerhard Wiesenfeldt4

1: Deakin University, Australia; 2: University of Sydney; 3: Charles Darwin University; 4: University of Melbourne

PaperSession-31: Online Engagement & Moderation
Location: P512
Chair: Christopher Cayari
 
4:00pm - 4:20pm

Reddit Quarantined: Consequences of Dealing with Distrust in Social Media Platforms Through Restricting Engagement.

Simon Copland

Australian National Universtiy, Australia



4:20pm - 4:40pm

Rules of engagement: What terms and conditions moderating reader comments to Australian online news sites say about trust in the audience

Catherine Jane Son

University of South Australia, Australia



4:40pm - 5:00pm

Don’t just say thank you: Exploration of types of posts inspiring and hindering deep conversations online

Devayani Tirthali1, Yumiko Murai2

1: Independent Researcher; 2: MIT



5:00pm - 5:20pm

Fake News during Natural Disaster: Information Flow, News Practices and Fact-Checking in Indonesia

Febbie Austina Kwanda1, Trisha T. C. Lin2

1: National Chengchi University, Taiwan; 2: National Chengchi University and Taiwan Institute for Governance and Communication

PaperSession-32: Publics and Anti-Publics
Location: P504
Chair: Chris Chesher
 
4:00pm - 4:20pm

‘Fascism is the new hip’: Online anti-publics and post-normative democracy

Mark Raymond Davis

University of Melbourne, Australia



4:20pm - 4:40pm

'Global, Networked and Collaborative': How the normalization of leaking shaped the identity and practice of investigative journalism

Stefan Baack

Mozilla Foundation + Weizenbaum Institute, Germany



4:40pm - 5:00pm

How Facebook "strangles" the interpretative ability of its users. A qualitative study of the meaning of news posts on Facebook

Marie Palmer

University of Technology Sydney, Australia

PaperSession-33: Digital Work
Location: O314
Chair: Charles Ess
 
4:00pm - 4:20pm

BRIDGING, COACHING, AND BOUNDARY SPANNING: BROKERAGE AND INTERMEDIATION IN THE PHILIPPINE ONLINE PLATFORM LABOR ECONOMY

Cheryll Soriano1, Earvin Cabalquinto2

1: De La Salle University, Philippines; 2: Deakin University



4:20pm - 4:40pm

Algorithmic women’s work: The labour of negotiating black-boxed representation

Tanya Kant

University of Sussex, United Kingdom



4:40pm - 5:00pm

Data Openness, Privacy and Risk: a Study of Government Agency Worker Attitudes and Behaviors.

Suneel Jethani1, Dale Leorke2

1: University of Melbounre, Australia; 2: Tampere University, Finland



5:00pm - 5:20pm

Labour and Digitization

Tully Barnett

Flinders University, Australia

PaperSession-34: Gaming & eSports
Location: P505
Chair: Megan Lindsay Brown
 
4:00pm - 4:20pm

DISCOURSE AND AFFECT IN YOUTH ESPORTS: THE ROLE OF AGONISTIC CONFLICT IN PRODUCING PROSOCIAL CULTURE ONLINE

Christian Ehret

McGill University, Canada



4:20pm - 4:40pm

The Situated Hinterlands of Online Gaming Practices

David Cumming, Melissa Jane Rogerson

The University of Melbourne, Australia



4:40pm - 5:00pm

Videogame Engines and the Politics of 'Democratised' Software Development

Benjamin Nicoll

Queensland University of Technology, Australia



5:00pm - 5:20pm

Videogame analytics, surveillance capitalism, and the retentional economy of play

Ben Egliston

University of Sydney, Australia

PaperSession-35: Twitter Ecologies
Location: P413A
Chair: Brydon Timothy Wang
 
4:00pm - 4:20pm

In each other we (strategically) trust: The discursive networks of trust in Twitter discussions of immigration in Australia

Ehsan Dehghan

Queensland University of Technology, Australia



4:20pm - 4:40pm

The Ecology of Latinx Twitter

Jacqueline Oquendo, Lance Porter, Ke Jiang

Louisiana State University & A&M College, United States of America



4:40pm - 5:00pm

"What We Cannot Speak About We Must Tweet": Trust among Israeli Twitter Users with Depression

Sofia Haytin, Oren Livio

University of Haifa, Israel

Roundtable-08: BELOW THE RADAR: RESULTS AND REFLECTIONS FROM THE INAUGURAL AOIR FLASHPOINT SYMPOSIUM
Location: P413
Chair: stefano brilli
 

BELOW THE RADAR: RESULTS AND REFLECTIONS FROM THE INAUGURAL AOIR FLASHPOINT SYMPOSIUM

Fabio Giglietto1, Giovanni Boccia Artieri1, Laura Gemini1, Elisabetta Zurovac1, Stefano Brilli2

1: Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo; 2: Università IUAV di Venezia, Italy


 
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