Since its launch in 2013, over 200 researchers have received access to The Zuckerberg Files. Here are some of the research publications that have utilized the archive:
- Salisbury, M., & Pooley, J. D. (2017). The #nofilter Self: The Contest for Authenticity among Social Networking Sites, 2002–2016. Social Sciences, 6(1), 10.
- Haimson, O. and Hoffmann, A. L. (2016). Constructing and enforcing “authentic” identity online: Facebook, real names, and non-normative identities. First Monday, 21(6).
- Hoffmann, A. L. (2016, April 19). Facebook is worried about users sharing less – but it only has itself to blame. The Guardian.
- Hoffmann, A. L. (2016, September 2). The Zuckerberg Files: everything the Facebook CEO has said publicly. The Guardian.
- Hoffmann, A. L., Proferes, N., and Zimmer, M. (2016) “Making the World More Open and Connected”: Mark Zuckerberg and the Discursive Construction of Facebook and Its Users. New Media & Society. [The authors have made available the document index and codebook used in this research publication.]
- Antonio C. (2015). Four Theses on Digital Mass Surveillance and the Negotiation Of Privacy. 8th Annual Privacy Law Scholar Congress, Berkeley, CA (also posted at Medium.com)
Cirucci, A. M. (2015). Facebook’s Affordances, Visible Culture, and Anti-anonymity. In Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Social Media & Society. New York, NY
- Segovia, S. (2015). “Privacy: An Issue of Priority, Hastings Business Law Journal, 11(1), 193-224.
- Hoffmann, A. L. (2014, June 30). Reckoning with a Decade of Breaking Things: The Zuckerberg Files and Facebook’s Enduring Contempt for the World. Model View Culture.
- Zimmer, M. (2014, February 4). Mark Zuckerberg’s theory of privacy. The Washington Post, C1-C2.
- Zimmer, M. and Hoffmann, A. L. (2014). Privacy and Control in Mark Zuckerberg’s Discourse on Facebook, Selected Papers of Internet Research 15 – Boundaries and Intersections, Daegu, Korea.