Intention to disclose personal information via mobile applications: A privacy calculus perspective

  title={Intention to disclose personal information via mobile applications: A privacy calculus perspective},
  author={Tien Wang and Trong Danh Duong and Charlie C. Chen},
  journal={Int J. Information Management},
This study aimed to investigate the issue of consumer intention to disclose personal information via mobile applications (apps). Drawing on the literature of privacy calculus theory, this research examined the factors that influence the tradeoff decision of receiving perceived benefits and being penalized with perceived risks through the calculus lens. In particular, two paths of the direct effects on perceived benefits and risks that induce the ultimate intention to disclose personal… CONTINUE READING
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