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Americans Reject Tailored Advertising and Three Activities that Enable It
This nationally representative telephone (wire-line and cell phone) survey explores Americans' opinions about behavioral targeting by marketers, a controversial issue currently before governmentExpand
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How Different are Young Adults from Older Adults When it Comes to Information Privacy Attitudes and Policies?
Media reports teem with stories of young people posting salacious photos online, writing about alcohol-fueled misdeeds on social networking sites, and publicizing other ill-considered escapades thatExpand
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Privacy: is there an app for that?
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We conducted a novel exploratory survey (conducted on Facebook as a Platform app) to measure how Facebook app users interact with apps, what they understand about how apps access and exchange their profile information, and how these factors relate to their privacy concerns. Expand
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When it's better to ask forgiveness than get permission: attribution mechanisms for smartphone resources
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We performed a set of experiments to study whether attribution mechanisms could help users understand how smartphone applications access device resources. Expand
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X-, C-, and L-band SAR signatures of newly formed sea ice in Arctic leads during winter and spring
Abstract We examine an extensive synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data set from the Arctic Ocean spanning a time period from January to June 2015, with the aim of identifying multi-polarizationExpand
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EHR‐Based Medication Support and Nurse‐Led Medication Therapy Management: Rationale and Design for a Three‐Arm Clinic Randomized Trial
Background Patients with chronic conditions often use complex medical regimens. A nurse‐led strategy to support medication therapy management incorporated into primary care teams may lead to improvedExpand
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Taken Out of Context : An Empirical Analysis of Westin ’ s Privacy Scale
ABSTRACT This paper offers the results of an empirical analysis of Alan Westin’s privacy scale using survey data taken from a nationally representative survey of American internet users conducted inExpand
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Daily Temporal Self-Care Responses to Osteoarthritis Symptoms by Older African Americans and Whites
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most prevalent form of arthritis and is among the most prevalent chronic conditions in the USA. Because there is no known cure for OA, treatment is directed towards theExpand
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The Role of Health Information Technology in Care Coordination in the United States
Objectives:Examine the extent to which office-based physicians in the United States receive patient health information necessary to coordinate care across settings and determine whether receipt ofExpand
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Security and Privacy Risks of Embedded RFID in Everyday Things: the e-Passport and Beyond
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New applications for Radio Frequency Identifi- cation (RFID) technology include embedding transponders in everyday things used by individuals, such as library books, payment cards, and personal identification cards and documents. Expand
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