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Issue No.04 - July-Aug. (2013 vol.11)
pp: 72-74
Alessandro Acquisti , Carnegie Mellon University
Idris Adjerid , Carnegie Mellon University
Laura Brandimarte , Carnegie Mellon University
Even simpler or more usable privacy controls and notices might not improve users' decision-making regarding sharing of personal information. Control might paradoxically increase riskier disclosure by soothing privacy concerns. Transparency might be easily muted, and its effect arbitrarily controlled, through simple framing or misdirections.
Privacy, Computer security, Security, Privacy, Decision making, Online services, transparency, online security, computer security, online privacy, computer privacy, privacy settings
Alessandro Acquisti, Idris Adjerid, Laura Brandimarte, "Gone in 15 Seconds: The Limits of Privacy Transparency and Control", IEEE Security & Privacy, vol.11, no. 4, pp. 72-74, July-Aug. 2013, doi:10.1109/MSP.2013.86
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