Capturing location-privacy preferences: quantifying accuracy and user-burden tradeoffs

@article{Benisch2010CapturingLP,
  title={Capturing location-privacy preferences: quantifying accuracy and user-burden tradeoffs},
  author={Michael Benisch and Patrick Gage Kelley and Norman M. Sadeh and Lorrie Faith Cranor},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  year={2010},
  volume={15},
  pages={679-694}
}
We present a 3-week user study in which we tracked the locations of 27 subjects and asked them to rate when, where, and with whom they would have been comfortable sharing their locations. The results of analysis conducted on over 7,500 h of data suggest that the user population represented by our subjects has rich location-privacy preferences, with a number of critical dimensions, including time of day, day of week, and location. We describe a methodology for quantifying the effects, in terms… CONTINUE READING
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