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The platform for privacy preferences 1.0 (p3p1.0) specification
This document, along with its normative references, includes all the specification necessary for the implementation of interoperable P3P applications.
The platform for privacy preferences
It is believed users' confidence in online transactions will increase when they are presented with meaningful information and choices about Web site privacy practices, and P3P is not a silver bullet; it is complemented by other technologies as well as regulatory and self-regulatory approaches to privacy.
Cantina: a content-based approach to detecting phishing web sites
The design, implementation, and evaluation of CANTINA, a novel, content-based approach to detecting phishing web sites, based on the TF-IDF information retrieval algorithm, are presented.
Who falls for phish?: a demographic analysis of phishing susceptibility and effectiveness of interventions
The results suggest that women are more susceptible than men to phishing and participants between the ages of 18 and 25 are more susceptibility to phishers than other age groups.
Anti-Phishing Phil: the design and evaluation of a game that teaches people not to fall for phish
The design and evaluation of Anti-Phishing Phil, an online game that teaches users good habits to help them avoid phishing attacks are described and it is confirmed that games can be an effective way of educating people about phishing and other security attacks.
Decision strategies and susceptibility to phishing
Preliminary analysis of interviews with 20 non-expert computer users to reveal their strategies and understand their decisions when encountering possibly suspicious emails suggests that people can manage the risks that they are most familiar with, but don't appear to extrapolate to be wary of unfamiliar risks.
"I regretted the minute I pressed share": a qualitative study of regrets on Facebook
- Yang Wang, Gregory Norcie, Saranga Komanduri, A. Acquisti, P. Leon, L. Cranor
- Computer ScienceSOUPS
- 20 July 2011
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 American…
Privacy in e-commerce: examining user scenarios and privacy preferences
There is a need to know more about the range of user concerns and preferences about privacy in order to build usable and effective interface mechanisms for P3P and other privacy technologies.
Teaching Johnny not to fall for phish
The results suggest that, while automated detection systems should be used as the first line of defense against phishing attacks, user education offers a complementary approach to help people better recognize fraudulent emails and websites.
The paper uses a three-layer model of user privacy concerns to relate them to system operations and examine their effects on user behavior, and develops guidelines for building privacy-friendly systems.