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"I regretted the minute I pressed share": a qualitative study of regrets on Facebook
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We investigate regrets associated with users' posts on a popular social networking site. Expand
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Who Is Concerned about What? A Study of American, Chinese and Indian Users' Privacy Concerns on Social Network Sites - (Short Paper)
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We present a study that investigates American, Chinese, and Indian social networking site (SNS) users' privacy attitudes and practices. Expand
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Reasons, rewards, regrets: privacy considerations in location sharing as an interactive practice
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We found that the main motivations for location sharing were to connect and coordinate with one's social and professional circles, to project an interesting image of oneself, and to receive rewards offered for 'checking in. Expand
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Two-Factor or not Two-Factor? A Comparative Usability Study of Two-Factor Authentication
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We present an exploratory comparative study of the usability of 2F technologies, aiming to measure usability of three popular 2F solutions. Expand
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"Check out where I am!": location-sharing motivations, preferences, and practices
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We conducted an online study (N = 401) to uncover the impact of recent changes in the underlying social and technological landscape on the preferences and practices of LSS users in the US. Expand
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From Facebook Regrets to Facebook Privacy Nudges
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Bootstrapping Trust in Online Dating: Social Verification of Online Dating Profiles
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We present the user-centered design of an interface, called Certifeye, which aims to bootstrap trust in online dating profiles using existing social network data. Expand
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Poster: Privacy Attitudes of Facebook Users
1. INTRODUCTION Privacy is a hot-button issue. On May 6 th 2010, the New York Times " Business Innovation Technology and Society Blog " (or " Bits Blog " for short) offered Facebook users the chanceExpand