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This presentation is for a paper delivered to the Information: Interactions and Impact Conference (i3) in Aberdeen, Scotland. The paper was presented on 29 June 2017.
The subset of findings to be shared at the conference are concerned with the ways in which private and professional lives blur online. The data analysed is relevant to information behaviours and literacies revealed four primary behaviours deployed by participants. These are: (1) portraying only parts of their personas for different audiences, (2) managing the type of information that is shared on different platforms, (3) managing the means by which they connect with others, and (4) undertaking various levels of self-censorship.