Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Internet Trolling.
2: Ethical Behaviour in Technology-Mediated Communication.
3: Codes of Ethics in Discussion Forums.
4: Privacy and Security for Virtual Communities and Social Networks.
5: Cyber Stalking: A Challenge for Web Security.
6: Psychological and Wellbeing Issues in Internet Trolling.
7: Increasing Capital Revenue in Social Networking Communities: Building Social and Economic Relationships through Avatars and Characters.
8: Moving from Cyber-Bullying to Cyber-Kindness: What do Students, Educators and Parents Say?.
9: Online Empathy.
10: Politeness as a Social Computing Requirement.
11: Trust and Participation Issues in Web 2.0 Systems at Risk of Internet Trolling.
12: The Psychology of Trolling and Lurking: The Role of Defriending and Gamification for Increasing Participation in Online Communities Using Seductive Narratives.
13: Negotiating Meaning in a Blog-Based Community: Addressing Unique, Shared, and Community Problems.
14: Social Media (Web 2.0) and Crisis Information: Case Study Gaza 2008-09.
15: A Survey of Trust Use and Modeling in Real Online Systems.
16: The Anonymity of the Internet: A Problem for E-Commerce and a “Modified” Hobbesian Solution.
17: Possible Solutions for Dealing with Internet Trolling.
18: Online Behavior Modeling: An Effective and Affordable Software Training Method.
19: A Proposed Framework for Designing Sustainable Communities for Knowledge Management Systems.
20: The Retaliatory Feedback Problem: Evidence from eBay and a Proposed Solution.
21: Multiagents System Applied on a Cyberbullying Model for a Social Network.
22: Trust Modeling and Management: From Social Trust to Digital Trust.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.