Repeated Use of E-Gov Web Sites: A Satisfaction and Confidentiality Perspective

@article{Chai2006RepeatedUO,
  title={Repeated Use of E-Gov Web Sites: A Satisfaction and Confidentiality Perspective},
  author={Sangmi Chai and Tejaswini C. Herath and Insu Park and Hejamadi Raghav Rao},
  journal={Int. J. Electron. Gov. Res.},
  year={2006},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-22}
}
The potential success of e-government depends on its citizens adopting online services and the security of those services. However, despite the development and diffusion of a variety of government services on the Internet, little research has been carried out regarding: (1) the impact of perceived confidentiality of a user’s information on his or her intention to use the service; (2) the relationship between intention towards repeated use and satisfaction derived from service performance of… 
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