N. Cameron Russell

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Natural language privacy policies have become a de facto standard to address expectations of " notice and choice " on the Web. However, users generally do not read these policies and those who do read them struggle to understand their content. Initiatives aimed at addressing this problem through the development of machine-readable standards have run into(More)
1. MOTIVATION Natural language privacy policies have become the de facto standard " notice and choice " method on the Web, in order to communicate a website's data practices. Yet, website privacy policies are often complex and difficult to understand. As a result, few users bother to read them [9]. It has been proposed to improve notice and choice(More)
Website privacy policies are often ignored by Internet users, because these documents tend to be long and difficult to understand. However, the significance of privacy policies greatly exceeds the attention paid to them: these documents are binding legal agreements between website operators and their users, and their opaqueness is a challenge not only to(More)
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