Unpacking “Privacy” for a Networked World

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Although privacy is broadly recognized as a dominant concern for the development of novel interactive technologies, our ability to reason analytically about privacy in real settings is limited. A lack of conceptual interpretive frameworks makes it difficult to unpack interrelated privacy issues in settings where information technology is also present… (More)

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@inproceedings{Palen2003UnpackingF, title={Unpacking “Privacy” for a Networked World}, author={Leysia Palen and Paul Dourish}, year={2003} }