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Do I Do What I Say?: Observed Versus Stated Privacy Preferences

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Do I Do What I Say?: Observed Versus Stated Privacy Preferences
Abstract. This paper examines the use of surveys in measuring privacy concerns in ubiquitous computing environments. Two evaluation techniques are used to study the privacy concerns of sharing context information: a paper based survey and in-situ questionnaires. Results from the two techniques differ significantly, suggesting that surveys are not reliable in predicting privacy concerns regarding context-aware services. Further, the surveys are not consistently biased; for some information, people shared more in-situ than they predicted they would share in the survey, while for other types, they shared less.
Kay Connelly, Ashraf Khalil, Yong Liu
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where INTERACT
Authors Kay Connelly, Ashraf Khalil, Yong Liu
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