How people share digital images in social networks: a questionnaire-based study of privacy decisions and access control

@article{Hu2017HowPS,
  title={How people share digital images in social networks: a questionnaire-based study of privacy decisions and access control},
  author={Xiaoxia Hu and Donghui Hu and Shuli Zheng and W. Li and Fan Chen and Zhaopin Shu and Lina Wang},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2017},
  volume={77},
  pages={18163-18185}
}
The blind sharing of digital images in social networks may lead to threats to privacy. Currently, privacy decision recommendations and access control mechanisms are inadequate with respect to sharing digital images in social networking systems. In this study, a questionnaire was designed to investigate the purposes, attitudes, preferences, modes and recommendations for sharing images (or making privacy decisions) based on studies of human-computer interaction. The survey results showed that… Expand
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