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Information revelation and privacy in online social networks
Participation in social networking sites has dramatically increased in recent years. Services such as Friendster, Tribe, or the Facebook allow millions of individuals to create online profiles andExpand
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Imagined Communities: Awareness, Information Sharing, and Privacy on the Facebook
Online social networks such as Friendster, MySpace, or the Facebook have experienced exponential growth in membership in recent years. These networks offer attractive means for interaction andExpand
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Privacy and rationality in individual decision making
Traditional theory suggests consumers should be able to manage their privacy. Yet, empirical and theoretical research suggests that consumers often lack enough information to make privacy-sensitiveExpand
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The Economics of Privacy
This article summarizes and draws connections among diverse streams of theoretical and empirical research on the economics of privacy. We focus on the economic value and consequences of protectingExpand
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Privacy in electronic commerce and the economics of immediate gratification
Dichotomies between privacy attitudes and behavior have been noted in the literature but not yet fully explained. We apply lessons from the research on behavioral economics to understand theExpand
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Privacy and human behavior in the age of information
This Review summarizes and draws connections between diverse streams of empirical research on privacy behavior. We use three themes to connect insights from social and behavioral sciences: people’sExpand
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Anti-Phishing Phil: the design and evaluation of a game that teaches people not to fall for phish
In this paper we describe the design and evaluation of Anti-Phishing Phil, an online game that teaches users good habits to help them avoid phishing attacks. We used learning science principles toExpand
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"I regretted the minute I pressed share": a qualitative study of regrets on Facebook
We investigate regrets associated with users' posts on a popular social networking site. Our findings are based on a series of interviews, user diaries, and online surveys involving 569 AmericanExpand
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Beyond the Turk: Alternative Platforms for Crowdsourcing Behavioral Research
Abstract The success of Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) as an online research platform has come at a price: MTurk has suffered from slowing rates of population replenishment, and growing participantExpand
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Teaching Johnny not to fall for phish
Phishing attacks, in which criminals lure Internet users to Web sites that spoof legitimate Web sites, are occurring with increasing frequency and are causing considerable harm to victims. While aExpand
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