Keeping Identity Private

  title={Keeping Identity Private},
  author={Joseph K. Adjei and Henning Olesen},
  journal={IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine},
Privacy has become a major issue for policy makers. This has been impelled by the rapid development of technologies that facilitate collection, distribution, storage, and manipulation of personal information. This study is an attempt to understand the relationship between individuals' intentions to disclose personal information, their actual personal information disclosure behaviors, and how these can be leveraged to develop privacy-enhancing identity management systems (IDMS) that the users… CONTINUE READING
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