Gabriel Magno
Gabriel Magno
PhD Student, Computer Science, UFMG
Verified email at dcc.ufmg.br - Homepage
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Detecting spammers on twitter
F Benevenuto, G Magno, T Rodrigues, V Almeida
Collaboration, electronic messaging, anti-abuse and spam conference (CEAS) 6 …, 2010
9702010
Analyzing the dynamic evolution of hashtags on twitter: a language-based approach
E Cunha, G Magno, G Comarela, V Almeida, MA Gonçalves, ...
Proceedings of the workshop on language in social media (LSM 2011), 58-65, 2011
1472011
New kid on the block: Exploring the google+ social graph
G Magno, G Comarela, D Saez-Trumper, M Cha, V Almeida
Proceedings of the 2012 Internet Measurement Conference, 159-170, 2012
912012
Beware of what you share: Inferring home location in social networks
T Pontes, G Magno, M Vasconcelos, A Gupta, J Almeida, P Kumaraguru, ...
2012 IEEE 12th International Conference on Data Mining Workshops, 571-578, 2012
882012
A gender based study of tagging behavior in twitter
E Cunha, G Magno, V Almeida, MA Gonçalves, F Benevenuto
Proceedings of the 23rd ACM conference on Hypertext and social media, 323-324, 2012
322012
International gender differences and gaps in online social networks
G Magno, I Weber
International Conference on Social Informatics, 121-138, 2014
312014
He votes or she votes? Female and male discursive strategies in Twitter political hashtags
E Cunha, G Magno, MA Gonçalves, C Cambraia, V Almeida
PloS one 9 (1), e87041, 2014
312014
The right to be forgotten in the media: A data-driven study
M Xue, G Magno, E Cunha, V Almeida, KW Ross
Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies 2016 (4), 389-402, 2016
252016
Fake news as we feel it: perception and conceptualization of the term “fake news” in the media
E Cunha, G Magno, J Caetano, D Teixeira, V Almeida
International Conference on Social Informatics, 151-166, 2018
242018
Analyzing right-wing youtube channels: Hate, violence and discrimination
R Ottoni, E Cunha, G Magno, P Bernardina, W Meira Jr, V Almeida
Proceedings of the 10th ACM Conference on Web Science, 323-332, 2018
232018
Cross-pollination of information in online social media: A case study on popular social networks
P Jain, T Rodrigues, G Magno, P Kumaraguru, V Almeida
2011 IEEE Third International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and …, 2011
192011
Characterizing videos, audience and advertising in Youtube channels for kids
CS Araújo, G Magno, W Meira, V Almeida, P Hartung, D Doneda
International Conference on Social Informatics, 341-359, 2017
182017
Analyzing and characterizing political discussions in WhatsApp public groups
JA Caetano, JF de Oliveira, HS Lima, HT Marques-Neto, G Magno, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1804.00397, 2018
132018
He votes or she votes? Female and male discursive strategies in Twitter political hashtags
TPCE Landulfo, G Magno, MA Gonçalves, C Cambraia, V Almeida
PloS One 9 (1), 1-8, 2014
92014
Characterizing Attention Cascades in WhatsApp Groups
JA Caetano, G Magno, M Gonçalves, J Almeida, HT Marques-Neto, ...
Proceedings of the 10th ACM Conference on Web Science, 27-36, 2019
62019
Stereotypes in Search Engine Results: Understanding The Role of Local and Global Factors
G Magno, CS Araújo, W Meira Jr, V Almeida
arXiv preprint arXiv:1609.05413, 2016
6*2016
How you post is who you are: Characterizing Google+ status updates across social groups
E Cunha, G Magno, MA Gonçalves, C Cambraia, V Almeida
Proceedings of the 25th ACM conference on Hypertext and social media, 212-217, 2014
62014
Noticing the other gender on Google+
DC de Las Casas, G Magno, E Cunha, MA Gonçalves, C Cambraia, ...
Proceedings of the 2014 ACM conference on Web science, 156-160, 2014
62014
Characterizing the public perception of WhatsApp through the lens of media
JA Caetano, G Magno, E Cunha, W Meira Jr, HT Marques-Neto, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1808.05927, 2018
42018
Characterizing videos, audience and advertising in Youtube channels for kids
C Souza Araujo, G Magno, W Meira Jr, V Almeida, P Hartung, D Doneda
arXiv, arXiv: 1707.00971, 2017
32017
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