ASEAN users' privacy concerns and security in using online social networks

  title={ASEAN users' privacy concerns and security in using online social networks},
  author={Narumon Sriratanaviriyakul and Mathews Zanda Nkhoma and Anna Lyza Felipe and Thanh Kim Cao and Quyen Ha Tran and Roger Epworth and Avinash Shankaranarayanan and Huy Le Quang},
  journal={Int. J. Electron. Secur. Digit. Forensics},
As the ASEAN consumers are increasingly moving online, the number of internet users according to UBS increase to 32% across the region and 112% penetrated by mobile technology. More than 50% of ASEAN users are participating to online social network (OSN). This research is to investigate the awareness and influence of security and privacy issues on internets users’ trust, and building a safer OSN landscape in South East Asian region by examining the relationships among online privacy concerns… 

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