Users Behavior in Location-Aware Services: Digital Natives versus Digital Immigrants

@article{Furini2014UsersBI,
  title={Users Behavior in Location-Aware Services: Digital Natives versus Digital Immigrants},
  author={Marco Furini},
  journal={Adv. Human-Computer Interaction},
  year={2014},
  volume={2014},
  pages={678165:1-678165:23}
}
Location-aware services may expose users to privacy risks as they usually attach user’s location to the generated contents. Different studies have focused on privacy in location-aware services, but the results are often conflicting. Our hypothesis is that users are not fully aware of the features of the location-aware scenario and this lack of knowledge affects the results. Hence, in this paper we present a different approach: the analysis is conducted on two different groups of users (digital… CONTINUE READING

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