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What happens to our data when we no longer use a social media network or publishing platform?

By Katie Mackinnon, Postdoctoral Fellow, Critical Digital Humanities Initiative, University of Toronto
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Social media and publishing platform users have generated vast amounts of data. This data remains online long after people have stopped using the platforms, and can impact people’s lives.The Conversation

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