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Welcome! /r/KeepOurNetFree is a community dedicated to fighting for Internet rights. This includes S.J. Res. 34/H.J. Res. 86, a recent resolution signed into law that threatens the privacy of Internet users, as well as Ajit Pai's recent attacks on net neutrality. Join us today and help preserve the Internet rights of all U.S. citizens.


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Help with research on Reddit reaction feature?

Hello! My name is Longjie Guo and I am a research assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Collaborative Computing Group (Mad Collab) under Dr. Jacob Thebault-Spieker. We are conducting research on human-computer interaction (HCI) and social computing and currently doing a research project on understanding how community dynamics shape the use of the reaction feature (upvote and downvote) on Reddit.

We are especially interested in understanding how reaction mechanisms are used in communities that involve debate or discussion on socially or politically important issues, and we believe r/KeepOurNetFree is an important place to answer our research questions. The broader goal of this project is to inform the design of better feedback mechanisms in online communities to potentially help create safer and more pleasant communities, and to help inform the design of technological systems to prevent or mitigate toxicity.

We are seeking members from this subreddit who would like to do an interview with us. To be eligible, you must be over 18 years old, currently living in the United States, and fluent in English. Please fill out a screening survey here if you are qualified and interested in participating: https://uwmadison.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bmFUnJdSZBa1U0K. If selected, you will be contacted and invited to an interview (about a one-hour long remote video call). As a thank-you, interview participants will have a chance to win one of two $50 Amazon gift cards (odds of winning are around 13%). Your privacy is very important to us and we work hard to make sure the study is confidential. The study has been approved by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Institutional Review Board (IRB).

Thank you so much for your time and we look forward to having you on our study. Please feel free to contact me directly or reply in this thread if you have any questions.

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