Intruders versus intrusiveness: teens' and parents' perspectives on home-entryway surveillance

@inproceedings{Ur2014IntrudersVI,
  title={Intruders versus intrusiveness: teens' and parents' perspectives on home-entryway surveillance},
  author={Blase Ur and Jaeyeon Jung and Stuart E. Schechter},
  booktitle={UbiComp},
  year={2014}
}
We investigated how household deployment of Internet-connected locks and security cameras could impact teenagers' privacy. In interviews with 13 teenagers and 11 parents, we investigated reactions to audit logs of family members' comings and goings. All parents wanted audit logs with photographs, whereas most teenagers preferred text-only logs or no logs at all. We unpack these attitudes by examining participants' parenting philosophies, concerns, and current monitoring practices. In a follow… CONTINUE READING
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