Privacy protection and self-disclosure across societies: A study of global Twitter users

@article{Liang2017PrivacyPA,
  title={Privacy protection and self-disclosure across societies: A study of global Twitter users},
  author={Hai Liang and Fei Shen and K. Fu},
  journal={New Media \& Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={19},
  pages={1476 - 1497}
}
Privacy is a culturally specific phenomenon. As social media platforms are going global, questions concerning privacy practices in a cross-cultural context become increasingly important. The purpose of this study is to examine cultural variations of privacy settings and self-disclosure of geolocation on Twitter. We randomly selected 3.3 million Twitter accounts from more than 100 societies. Results revealed considerable cultural and societal differences. Privacy setting in collectivistic… Expand
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