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Healthcare Professional and User Perceptions of eHealth Data and Record Privacy in Dubai

Fatima Mohamed AlMarzooqi, Immanuel Azaad Moonesar, Raeda AlQutob
2020 Information  
We aimed to investigate the perceptions of healthcare professionals and healthcare users toward electronic medical records and data privacy in eHealthcare facilities in Dubai.  ...  Future research could investigate the effect of the specific demographic variables on the perception of privacy among eHealthcare facility users that might influence electronic medical records and data  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to acknowledge the support from the Dubai Health Authority and the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info11090415 fatcat:4czd6e7ranc37hwzfj2yqthsoq

Trusting to Learn: Trust and Privacy Issues in Serious Games [chapter]

Miguel Malheiros, Charlene Jennett, Will Seager, M. Angela Sasse
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we present a study on privacy and trust implications of serious games in an organizational context.  ...  A qualitative analysis of the interviews reveals that participants anticipate privacy risks for the data generated in game playing, and their decision to trust their fellow employees and managers depends  ...  In this paper, we describe an investigation of privacy and trust issues in TARGET, a platform for developing serious games.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21599-5_9 fatcat:rtir57ynarcz5acztvswhs4ouu

Using a social informatics framework to study the effects of location-based social networking on relationships between people: A review of literature

Sarah Jean Fusco, Katina Michael, M. G. Michael
2010 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society  
Users invite their friends to participate in LBSN and there is a process of consent that follows.  ...  Friends have the ability to alter their privacy settings to allow their location to be monitored by another at differing levels of accuracy (e.g. suburb, pinpoint at the street address level, or manual  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the funding support of the Australian Research Council (Discovery grant DP0881191): "Toward the Regulation of the Location-Based Services Industry  ... 
doi:10.1109/istas.2010.5514641 dblp:conf/istas/FuscoMM10 fatcat:yu5ntzx4n5e67azvbdrjltprq4

Users and Trust in Cyberspace [chapter]

Pekka Nikander
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Furthermore, the notion of trust, as it is typically defined, has more been based on the formal model used than the real user requirements posed by the application context and the actual people using the  ...  We briefly describe what are the psychological bases on which typical people build their trust assumptions on, and consider how these are reflected in a typical e-commerce setting today.  ...  Trusted Portals Most user studies investigating into perceived trustworthiness of on-line services have focused on evaluating the services of single companies that offer their services directly to the  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44810-1_6 fatcat:rw6e4eovdngm5eskhdomxaruxi

Users and Trust in Cyberspace [chapter]

Pekka Nikander, Kristiina Karvonen
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Furthermore, the notion of trust, as it is typically defined, has more been based on the formal model used than the real user requirements posed by the application context and the actual people using the  ...  We briefly describe what are the psychological bases on which typical people build their trust assumptions on, and consider how these are reflected in a typical e-commerce setting today.  ...  Trusted Portals Most user studies investigating into perceived trustworthiness of on-line services have focused on evaluating the services of single companies that offer their services directly to the  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44810-1_5 fatcat:jfah7cpjs5bwdnq5aslgraudou

Digital Contact Tracing Applications during COVID-19: A Scoping Review about Public Acceptance

My Villius Zetterholm, Yanqing Lin, Päivi Jokela
2021 Informatics  
Regarding determinants of acceptance, eight themes emerged, covering both attitudes and behavioral perspectives that can influence acceptance, including trust, privacy concerns, social responsibility,  ...  perceived health threat, experience of and access to technologies, performance expectancy and perceived benefits, and understanding.  ...  Likewise, more in-depth studies are needed to investigate adoption and discontinuation in practice and users' experiences and adherence when receiving an exposure notification from a CTA.  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics8030048 fatcat:ikl3sgir3rgkvlmio2xztbifhi

AdPExT: Designing a Tool to Assess Information Gleaned from Browsers by Online Advertising Platforms

Joseph Waldu Woensdregt, Haider M. Al-Khateeb, Gregory Epiphaniou, Hamid Jahankhani
2019 2019 IEEE 12th International Conference on Global Security, Safety and Sustainability (ICGS3)  
The growing privacy concern of end-users is amplified by a lack of trust and understanding of what and how advertisement trackers are collecting and using their data.  ...  This paper presents an investigation to restore the trust or validate the concerns.  ...  Trust is an important element when these users consider the release of their private information to third-parties and in addition to brand trust, the website privacy policies are expected to provide a  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgs3.2019.8688328 dblp:conf/icgs3/WoensdregtAEJ19 fatcat:56jj3pewm5hybb3ef6mksctqmq

ONLINE TRUST IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL MIGRATION: MOBILITY, SOCIALITY, AND THE PRODUCTION OF CHINESE DIASPORIC SUBJECTIVITY IN AUSTRALIA

Wilfred Yang Wang, Xinyu Zhao, Xu Chen, Yanan Jana Yang
2019 Selected Papers of Internet Research, SPIR  
Fewer explore the dis/trust and the associated concepts of authenticity and credibility against a transnational and cross-border environment.  ...  As Gidden (2010) argues, trust is a shared social reality. Such a sense of collectively is being 'stretched' across national borders and cultural boundaries.  ...  perceived by users; 3) my participants' perceptions about western/Australian culture shape their perceptions of Tinder and Tantan cultures, and therefore shape how they perceive users' authenticity within  ... 
doi:10.5210/spir.v2019i0.10946 fatcat:bdmooz7gkffh7iozcumx7qnhky

What Drives Authorization in Mobile Applications? A Perspective of Privacy Boundary Management

Jie Tang, Bin Zhang, Umair Akram
2021 Information  
In relation to this, app vendors should probe into the privacy-relevant beliefs of their users and enact effective privacy practices to intercept the economic and reputational damages induced by improper  ...  Unsurprisingly, privacy risk control perceptions significantly affect users' privacy concerns and trust beliefs, which are two vital factors that ultimately influence their willingness to authorize.  ...  Enhancing users' control perception is one of the approaches to alleviate their privacy concerns and enhance their trust belief.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info12080311 fatcat:l23luv637rdjncctj7hy64mwdm

ASEAN users' privacy concerns and security in using online social networks

Huy Le Quang, Avinash Shankaranarayanan, Quyen Ha Tran, Roger Epworth, Thanh Kim Cao, Mathews Nkhoma, Anna Lyza Felipe, Narumon Sriratanaviriyakul
2017 International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics  
This research is to investigate the awareness and influence of security and privacy issues on internets users' trust, and building a safer OSN landscape in South East Asian region by examining the relationships  ...  among online privacy concerns, security, trust, and intention.  ...  Nevertheless, the participants of this research came from all over the world with different cultures and perceptions towards privacy.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijesdf.2017.10002659 fatcat:ii5pjj4jsjdx5gu4l6xfqawc2e

Investigating Effects of Control and Ads Awareness on Android Users' Privacy Behaviors and Perceptions

Na Wang, Bo Zhang, Bin Liu, Hongxia Jin
2015 Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services - MobileHCI '15  
likelihood of installing an app, and improve their perceptions of the app.  ...  Through a controlled online experiment with 447 Android phone users using their own devices, we investigated how empowering users with information-disclosure control and enhancing their ads awareness affect  ...  with enhancing users' ads awareness and the context of an app, affect their informationdisclosure behaviors and privacy-related perceptions in a comprehensive manner.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2785830.2785845 dblp:conf/mhci/WangZLJ15 fatcat:vzn5lv67fzekhorcx5bpxalxbq

On the Concept of Trust in Online Social Networks [chapter]

Henric Johnson, Niklas Lavesson, Haifeng Zhao, Shyhtsun Felix Wu
2011 Trustworthy Internet  
On the one hand, these features have arguably made many of the OSNs quite popular among the general population but the growth of these networks has raised issues and concerns related to trust, privacy  ...  Each approach is described and related to ongoing research projects and to views expressed about trust by surveyed OSN users. Finally, we present some interesting pointers to future work.  ...  However, it is a complex task to mimic real human communication and transfer the real world relationships into the digital world.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-88-470-1818-1_11 fatcat:xsgrdx37wfavhjseuo3gv2gh3u

An Empirical Study of Consumer Perceptions and Comprehension of Web Site Privacy Policies

Matthew W. Vail, Julia B. Earp, Annie I. AntÓn
2008 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
Index Terms-E-commerce, end user computing management, healthcare, privacy management, privacy policy, trust, user computer interaction.  ...  In this paper, we present results of an empirical study, involving 993 Internet users, which compared various ways to present privacy policy information to online consumers.  ...  Given that users can revisit a policy at any time in the real world, we plan to replicate this study and allow users to revisit the policy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tem.2008.922634 fatcat:2p3dtv26ajerthcv7m5wozz7my

Building consumer trust online

Donna L. Hoffman, Thomas P. Novak, Marcos Peralta
1999 Communications of the ACM  
Consumer Privacy Perceptions We investigated key consumer perceptions of privacy by analyzing consumer responses to two biannual surveys: the spring 1997 Nielsen Media Research/CommerceNet Internet Demographics  ...  It is not representative or projectable to the larger Web user population, but the large sample size we analyzed (14,014 Web users) provides important insight into many Web users' attitudes toward privacy  ... 
doi:10.1145/299157.299175 fatcat:durvk7fc75cnlbudhakgaee5wa

A Means-End Analysis of Consumers' Perceptions of Virtual World Affordances for E-commerce [chapter]

Minh Quang Tran, Shailey Minocha, Dave Roberts, Angus Laing, Darren Langdridge
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We also discuss practical implications, such as how virtual world affordances can be incorporated into the design of e-commerce websites.  ...  We conducted laddering interviews with 30 virtual world consumers to understand their perceptions of virtual world affordances. A means-end analysis was then applied to the interview data.  ...  These and other real world businesses that create a presence in virtual worlds can increase their engagement with consumers [3] and enhance the value of their brands [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23774-4_30 fatcat:jpawtkzhsfblbaut4r3zflppym
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