Peer reviewed papers published at conferences and in journals (selection):

  • Zingerle A., and Kronman L., ‘Faceless Patrons—Scam stories and anti-fraud strategies’, Hyperrhiz 14 The End(s) of Electronic Literature: ELO 2015 Arts Program Summer 2016.
  • Zingerle, A., ‘Trust us and our business expands! How Net-activists take down fraudulent business websites‘, Proceedings of the fourth conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics and X, University of Bergamo, Italy.
  • Zingerle, A. (2015), ‘Scambaiters, Human Flesh Search Engine, Perverted justice, and Internet Haganah: Villains, Avengers, or Saviors on the Internet?’, ISEA conference.
  • Zingerle, A. (2015), ‘Lets talk business’ – Narratives used in email and phone scams, xCOAx conference.
  • Zingerle, A. (2014), How to obtain passwords of online scammers by using social engineering methods, Cyberworlds 2014.
  • Zingerle, A. (2014), Remain Anonymous, Create Characters and Backup Stories: Online Tools Used in Internet Crime Narratives, Interactive Storytelling. Springer International Publishing, 81-90.
  • Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. ‘Disruptive anti-fraud artivism – Digital art exposing Internet scammers’, The Torist Journal
  • Kronman.L. (2014), Can transmedia storytelling learn from hypertext fiction? Introducing three examples of 4th generation digital fiction. IR15: Boundaries and Intersections, Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), Daegu, South Korea.
  • Zingerle, A. (2014), How to obtain passwords of online scammers by using social engineering methods, Cyberworlds (CW), 2014 International Conference on. IEEE.
  • Zingerle, A. (2014), The Art of Trickery: Methods to establish first contact in Internet scams, xCOAx conference, Porto, Portugal.
  • Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. (2013), Humiliating entertainment or social activism?, Cyberworlds 2013, Keio University, Yokohama, Japan.
  • Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. (2013), Faceless Patrons–An Augmented Installation Exploring 419-Fictional Narratives. Interactive Storytelling. Springer International Publishing, 245-248.
  • Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. (2013), ICIDS 2013 Workshop: Revisiting the Spam Folder–Using 419-Fiction for Interactive Storytelling. Interactive Storytelling, 279.
  • Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. (2013), Re: Dakar Arts Festival-Exploring Transmedia Storytelling Methods to Document an Internet Scam. Interactive Storytelling. Springer International Publishing, 253-256.
  • Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. (2013), Humiliating Entertainment or Social Activism? Analyzing Scambaiting Strategies Against Online Advance Fee Fraud. Cyberworlds (CW), 2013 International Conference on. IEEE.
  • Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. (2011), Transmedia Storytelling and Online Representations–Issues of Trust on the Internet. Cyberworlds (CW), 2011 International Conference on. IEEE.

Chapters in Books

Books

  • Kronman, L., Zingerle, A.”Behind the Smart World“, servus.at, January 2016
    Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. (2012), Testrun Revolution, self published.
  • Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. (2012), Opening museums – New Interaction Methods for future museum experiences, self published, ISBN 978-1-4710-1530-4.
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