Unpicking the privacy paradox: can structuration theory help to explain location-based privacy decisions?

@inproceedings{Zafeiropoulou2013UnpickingTP,
  title={Unpicking the privacy paradox: can structuration theory help to explain location-based privacy decisions?},
  author={Aristea M. Zafeiropoulou and D. Millard and Craig Webber and K. O'Hara},
  booktitle={WebSci},
  year={2013}
}
  • Aristea M. Zafeiropoulou, D. Millard, +1 author K. O'Hara
  • Published in WebSci 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Social Media and Web 2.0 tools have dramatically increased the amount of previously private data that users share on the Web; now with the advent of GPS-enabled smartphones users are also actively sharing their location data through a variety of applications and services. [...] Key Result Our work has important consequences both for the understanding of how users arrive at privacy decisions, and also for the potential design of privacy systems.Expand Abstract
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