Smartwatch games: Encouraging privacy-protective behaviour in a longitudinal study

@article{Williams2019SmartwatchGE,
  title={Smartwatch games: Encouraging privacy-protective behaviour in a longitudinal study},
  author={Meredydd Williams and Jason R. C. Nurse and S. Creese},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1905.05222}
}
Abstract While the public claim concern for their privacy, they frequently appear to overlook it. This disparity between concern and behaviour is known as the Privacy Paradox. Such issues are particularly prevalent on wearable devices. These products can store personal data, such as text messages and contact details. However, owners rarely use protective features. Educational games can be effective in encouraging changes in behaviour. Therefore, we developed the first privacy game for (Android… Expand

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