Mapping User Preference to Privacy Default Settings

@article{Watson2015MappingUP,
  title={Mapping User Preference to Privacy Default Settings},
  author={J. Watson and H. Lipford and A. Besmer},
  journal={ACM Trans. Comput. Hum. Interact.},
  year={2015},
  volume={22},
  pages={32:1-32:20}
}
Managing the privacy of online information can be a complex task often involving the configuration of a variety of settings. For example, Facebook users determine which audiences have access to their profile information and posts, how friends can interact with them through tagging, and how others can search for them—and many more privacy tasks. In most cases, the default privacy settings are permissive and appear to be designed to promote information sharing rather than privacy. Managing… Expand

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