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The Illusion of Online Privacy

@inproceedings{Wildemuth2007TheIO,
  title={The Illusion of Online Privacy},
  author={Barbara M. Wildemuth},
  year={2007}
}
After providing a brief discussion of differing conceptions of privacy, studies of Internet users’ privacy-related behaviors and their online privacy concerns are reviewed. Next, the evidence concerning the effects of their concerns on their privacy protection behaviors is discussed. Finally, methods for studying these issues are evaluated, and recommendations for improving these methods are made. 

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