Roba Abbas
Roba Abbas
Lecturer, School of Management & Marketing, Faculty of Business & Law
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Exploring the social implications of location based social networking: an inquiry into the perceived positive and negative impacts of using LBSN between friends
SJ Fusco, K Michael, MG Michael, R Abbas
2010 Ninth International Conference on Mobile Business and 2010 Ninth Global …, 2010
382010
The regulatory considerations and ethical dilemmas of location-based services (LBS)
R Abbas, K Michael, MG Michael
Information Technology & People, 2014
322014
Monitoring people using location-based social networking and its negative impact on trust
SJ Fusco, K Michael, A Aloudat, R Abbas
2011 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS), 1-11, 2011
272011
The social implications of location-based services: An observational study of users
R Abbas
Journal of Location Based Services 5 (3-4), 156-181, 2011
252011
Location-based social networking: impact on trust in relationships
SJ Fusco, R Abbas, K Michael, A Aloudat
IEEE Technology and society magazine 31 (2), 39-50, 2012
242012
Location-based services for emergency management: a multi-stakeholder perspective
A Aloudat, K Michael, R Abbas
2009 Eighth International Conference on Mobile Business, 143-148, 2009
192009
Using a social-ethical framework to evaluate location-based services in an internet of things world
R Abbas, K Michael, MG Michael
The International Review of Information Ethics 22, 42-73, 2014
182014
Emerging forms of covert surveillance using GPS-enabled devices
R Abbas, K Michael, MG Michael, A Aloudat
Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT) 13 (2), 19-33, 2011
152011
Location-based privacy, protection, safety, and security
R Abbas, K Michael, MG Michael
Privacy in a Digital, Networked World, 391-414, 2015
82015
Sketching and validating the location-based services (LBS) regulatory framework in Australia
R Abbas, K Michael, MG Michael, R Nicholls
Computer Law & Security Review 29 (5), 576-589, 2013
82013
Engineering-based design methodology for embedding ethics in autonomous robots
LJ Robertson, R Abbas, G Alici, A Munoz, K Michael
Proceedings of the IEEE 107 (3), 582-599, 2019
72019
The Implications of Iris-Recognition Technologies: Will our eyes be our keys?
A Aloudat, K Michael, R Abbas
IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 5 (3), 95-102, 2016
72016
Behind covid-19 contact trace apps: The google–apple partnership
K Michael, R Abbas
IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 9 (5), 71-76, 2020
52020
The value of government mandated location-based services in emergencies in Australia
A Aloudat, K Michael, R Abbas, M Al-Debei
Journal of Information Technology Research (JITR) 4 (4), 41-68, 2011
52011
COVID-19 contact trace app deployments: Learnings from Australia and Singapore
R Abbas, K Michael
IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 9 (5), 65-70, 2020
42020
Engaging Young Children as Application Design Partners: A Stakeholder-Inclusive Methodological Approach
R Abbas, H Tootell, M Freeman, G Ellmers
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 37 (3), 38-47, 2018
32018
Key government agency perspectives on location based services regulation
R Abbas, K Michael, M Michael, R Nicholls
Computer Law & Security Review 31 (6), 736-748, 2015
32015
The importance of scenarios in the prediction of the social implications of emerging technologies and services
K Michael, MG Michael, R Abbas
Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT) 13.2, i-vii, 2011
32011
Location-based services: An examination of user attitudes and socio-ethical scenarios
R Abbas
2010 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society, 357-365, 2010
32010
The dilemmas of using wearable computing to monitor people: An extended metaphor on the tracking of prison inmates and parolees
K Michael, MG Michael, R Abbas
Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference: Crime and …, 2009
32009
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