Shwadhin Sharma

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Investigations of computer user behavior become especially important when behaviors like security software adoption affect organizational information resource security, but adoption antecedents remain elusive. Technology adoption studies typically predict behavioral outcomes by investigating the relationship between attitudes and intentions, though(More)
The buying and selling of goods and services are no longer limited to a general website or a physical store as social networks, such as Facebook or Pinterest, are heavily focusing on social commerce. Prior studies have analyzed impact of trust and culture on social commerce, design and interface aspects of it, and intention to use social commerce by general(More)
As businesses are seeking to leverage the benefits of social networks, social commerce has emerged to achieve greater economic value by combining the power of online social networks with online shopping. Whereas the importance of social commerce is widely recognized in current literature, there are limited studies on factors that affect the intention of(More)
Privacy and security of personal information in online settings continues to be a relevant and alarming issue for individuals who participate in social networking sites (SNS). A potential contributing factor of one’s propensity to share information online could be level of competitiveness embedded in one’s personality. Those who are more likely to socially(More)
This exploratory study examines the cybersecurity attitudes and actual behavior over time using the data collected on the social media microblogging platform, Twitter. We plan to use the sentiment analysis and text mining techniques on original tweets related to cybersecurity collected at two different time periods. Upon completion of this research, we(More)
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