The Medicalization of Cyberspace (2010)

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The Medicalization of Cyberspace (2010)

  1. 4. SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITIES?
  2. 7. SELF-SURVEILLANCE
  3. 9. MISINFORMATION
  4. 11. USER GENERATED EXPERTISE
  5. 13. ACTIVISM
  6. 15. Auction for a Kidney Pops Up on Ebay's Site By AMY HARMON Published: September 3, 1999 Bidding for a human kidney, described on the Internet auction site Ebay as ''fully functional,'' began at $25,000 and reached $5,750,100 before the company abruptly ended the auction yesterday afternoon. In the pantheon of bizarre items that Internet users offer for sale on Ebay -- host to about 2.6 million auctions a day -- human organs are forbidden. To buy or sell them is a felony under Federal law, and trading in illegal goods is a violation of Ebay's rules. A second kidney auction was posted yesterday afternoon starting at $4 million but had not received any bids, The Associated Press reported.
  7. 16. FICTIVE SPACES

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