Luke J Heemsbergen
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From radical transparency to radical disclosure: Reconfiguring (in) voluntary transparency through the management of visibilities
L Heemsbergen
International Journal of Communication 10, 138-151, 2016
The power of precision air strikes and social media feeds in the 2012 Israel–Hamas conflict:‘targeting transparency’
LJ Heemsbergen, S Lindgren
Australian Journal of International Affairs 68 (5), 569-591, 2014
New routes to power: towards a typology of power mediation
L Heemsbergen, A Siniver
Review of international studies 37 (3), 1169-1190, 2011
Radical transparency in journalism: Digital evolutions from historical precedents
LJ Heemsbergen
University of Ottawa, 2013
Things, tags, topics: Thingiverse’s object-centred network
R Fordyce, L Heemsbergen, T Apperley, M Arnold, T Birtchnell, M Luo, ...
Communication Research and Practice 2 (1), 63-78, 2016
Designing hues of transparency and democracy after WikiLeaks: Vigilance to vigilantes and back again
LJ Heemsbergen
new media & society 17 (8), 1340-1357, 2015
Comparative analysis of China’s Health Code, Australia’s COVIDSafe and New Zealand’s COVID Tracer Surveillance Apps: a new corona of public health governmentality?
F Yang, L Heemsbergen, R Fordyce
Media International Australia 178 (1), 182-197, 2021
3D printing and university makerspaces: surveying countercultural communities in institutional settings
R Fordyce, L Heemsbergen, P Mignone, B Nansen
Digital Culture & Education (DCE), 2015
Killing secrets from Panama to Paradise: Understanding the ICIJ through bifurcating communicative and political affordances
L Heemsbergen
New Media & Society 21 (3), 693-711, 2019
Leaking boats and borders: The virtu of surveilling Australia's refugee population
L Heemsbergen, A Daly
Surveillance & Society 15 (3/4), 389-396, 2017
3D-printed futures of manufacturing, social change and technological innovation in China and Singapore: the ghost of a massless future?
L Heemsbergen, A Daly, J Lu, T Birtchnell
Science, Technology and Society 24 (2), 254-270, 2019
Social Practices of 3D Printing: Decentralising Control, and Reconfiguring Regulation
Luke J Heemsbergen, Robbie Fordyce, Bjorn Nansen, Thomas Apperley, Michael ...
Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy 4 (3), 110-125, 2016
Whistleblowing and Digital Technologies: An Interview With Suelette Dreyfus
L Heemsbergen
Platform: Journal of Media and Communication 5 (1), 2013
LJ Heemsbergen, A Maddox, T Cinque, A Johns, R Gehl
M/C Journal 24 (2), 2021
Digital swadeshi and 3D printing intellectual property in India: The multi-level perspective, causal layered analysis and backcasting
T Birtchnell, A Daly, L Heemsbergen
Futures 122, 102596, 2020
Another dimension of digital: 3D printing and intellectual property in Asia
A Daly, J Lu, L Heemsbergen
Digital Transactions in Asia, 104-118, 2019
Transparency measures in an international context
L Heemsbergen
Global encyclopedia of public administration, public policy, and governance, 1-5, 2017
Conceptualising Augmented Reality: From virtual divides to mediated dynamics
L Heemsbergen, G Bowtell, J Vincent
Convergence, 1354856521989514, 2021
VPNs as boundary objects of the internet:(Mis) trust in the translation (s)
L Heemsbergen, A Molnar
Internet Policy Review 9 (4), 1-19, 2020
3D Printing: Civic Practices and Regulatory Challenges
L Heemsbergen, R Fordyce, T Apperley, M Arnold, T Birtchnell, B Nansen
Melbourne Networked Society Institute Research Papers, University of Melbourne, 2016
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