Evaluating the Readability of Privacy Policies in Mobile Environments

  title={Evaluating the Readability of Privacy Policies in Mobile Environments},
  author={R. I. Singh and M. Sumeeth and J. Miller},
Recent work has suggested that the current “breed” of privacy policy represents a significant challenge in terms of comprehension to the average Internet-user. Due to display limitations, it is easy to represent the conjecture that this comprehension level should drop when these policies are moved into a mobile environment. This paper explores the question of how much does comprehension decrease when privacy policies are viewed on mobile versus desktop environments and does this decrease make… CONTINUE READING
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