To Deny , or Not to Deny : A Personalized Privacy Assistant for Mobile App Permissions [ Draft ]

@inproceedings{Liu2016ToD,
  title={To Deny , or Not to Deny : A Personalized Privacy Assistant for Mobile App Permissions [ Draft ]},
  author={Bin Liu and Mads Schaarup Andersen and Florian Schaub and Hazim Almuhimedi and Norman M. Sadeh and Yuvraj Agarwal and Alessandro Acquisti},
  year={2016}
}
Many smartphone users are uncomfortable with the permissions requested by their mobile apps. The sheer number of permissions can be so overwhelming that many users are unable to adequately manage their permission settings. We present a methodology for building personalized privacy assistants to recommend permission settings to users. We conducted two field studies with Android users: the first (n=84), to collect privacy preferences and build a recommendation system, the second (n=51), to… CONTINUE READING

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