User attitudes and behaviors toward personalized control of privacy settings on smartphones

@article{Zhou2019UserAA,
  title={User attitudes and behaviors toward personalized control of privacy settings on smartphones},
  author={Yun Zhou and Lianyong Qi and A. Raake and Tao Xu and M. Piekarska and Xuyun Zhang},
  journal={Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience},
  year={2019},
  volume={31}
}
The fine‐grained access control has been proved to be a reliable tool to ensure preserving of privacy of end users. In fog computing, one of the challenges is to understand users' attitudes and behaviors toward personalized control. However, few of studies have given a clear view on users' perception of the burden of interactivity when they set complex privacy settings. To this end, we conducted a user study including a lab study with 26 participants and an evaluation with 223 participants… Expand

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