Sociale netværkstjenester

Sociale netværkstjenester Sociale netværkstjenester (SNSs: “social network sites”, “social networking sites/services”) er en fællesbetegnelse for nettjenester som tilbyder brugeren 1) at konstruere en offentlig eller semi-offentlig profil inden for et afgrænset system, 2) at knytte kontakter med venner og bekendte gennem en kontaktliste, og 3) at udforske kontaktlisterne og kontakternes profiler (evt. også profilerne på brugere, […]

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Forfatter Marika Lüders
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