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Controlling Access to Material

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Author Profile: Patrick Egan

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Here is a link to the resource, "Digital Dynamics Across Cultures", which is an interactive website that focuses on the cultural protocols of the Warumungu people from Central Australia. One most interesting things about this website is that the project members maintain a sophisticated method for partially or completely blocking access to certain content that remains sacred.

https://vectorsjournal.org/issues/3/digitaldynamics/

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Ethnomusicologist and web developer, currently in year three of my PhD studies at University College Cork in the Digital Humanities with Ethnomusicology. Research interests include; theorising and questioning the significance of the digital, content creation and representation with digital tools, Music Encoding Initiative, interface development, repatriation and dissemination of digital collections.