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Digital privacy: theory, policies and technologies

Annie I. Anton, Travis D. Breaux, Stefanos Gritzalis, John Mylopoulos
2011 Requirements Engineering  
Digital privacy: theory, policies and technologies Information and communication technologies (ICT) continue to evolve at a remarkably high pace.  ...  , Policies and Technologies.  ...  In addition, we would like to thank numerous reviewers for their professional effort to select the articles to reflect the essence of this special issue and all authors for their contributions and for  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00766-011-0117-0 fatcat:ccne2cr3c5fqtoutku2g7oxivy

Digital Crowding: Privacy, Self-Disclosure, and Technology [chapter]

Adam N. Joinson, David J. Houghton, Asimina Vasalou, Ben L. Marder
2011 Privacy Online  
Privacy, Technology, and Digital Crowding Concerns about the privacy impact of new technologies are nothing new.  ...  In this chapter, we begin by examining the key issues raised by technology for privacy. We then discuss earlier, non-technology focused theories that cover interpersonal aspects of privacy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21521-6_4 fatcat:drp2rn6gs5a65kgs2wmcq762be

What Can Behavioral Economics Teach Us about Privacy? [chapter]

Jens Grossklags, Alessandro Acquisti
2007 Digital Privacy  
In this paper we draw from those literatures to discuss the role of uncertainty, ambiguity, and behavioral biases in privacy decision making.  ...  Dichotomies between attitudes and behaviors, inconsistencies in discounting future costs or rewards, and other systematic behavioral biases have long been studied in the psychology and behavioral economics  ...  The above research can improve policy decision making and technology design for end users and data holding entities.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420052183.ch18 fatcat:23yafbbjcvdgvflvh42bvc2lam

Privacy in the Digital Age: A Review of Information Privacy Research in Information Systems

Bélanger, Crossler
2011 MIS Quarterly  
Advances in information technology have raised concerns about information privacy and its impacts, and have motivated Information Systems researchers to explore information privacy issues, including technical  ...  We call for research on information privacy to use a broader diversity of sampling populations, and for more design and action information privacy research to be published in journal articles that can  ...  James Long and Virginia Tech Ph.D. students Eric Negangard, Kathy Enget, and Stephane Collignon for editorial comments on the paper. Respondent Type for Sample  ... 
doi:10.2307/41409971 fatcat:ds5ocvuz5bfibk6o6ikwiwggse

Privacy Personas for IoT-Based Health Research: A Privacy Calculus Approach

Benjamin Maus, Carl Magnus Olsson, Dario Salvi
2021 Frontiers in Digital Health  
Together with our privacy calculus for citizen science based digital health research, the three privacy personas are the main contributions of this study.  ...  However, potentially sensitive health data raises privacy and security concerns for citizens, which research institutions and industries must consider.  ...  the privacy policies of the apps they install.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdgth.2021.675754 pmid:34977856 pmcid:PMC8716597 fatcat:k2fgrzsdm5b6bgq5xo6ywcaofm

Privacy and regulation in a digital age [chapter]

Abraham L. Newman, David Bach
2004 E-Life after the Dot Com Bust  
As a result, privacy has become one of the top public policy issues of the digital age, both domestically and internationally.  ...  We argue that the development and spread of digital technologies has re-ignited and qualitatively changed privacy concerns and hence the privacy debate.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-11659-3_13 fatcat:vobrnsbdzrce7au4hlrb2kljde

Digital Privacy GDPR: A Proposed Digital Transformation Framework

Kenneth D. Russell, Paidi O'Raghallaigh, Philip O'Reilly, Jeremy Hayes
2018 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
The GDPR privacy challenge is symptomatic, being digitally substantial, and oftentimes underestimated.  ...  Our objective in this paper is to evolve a framework to guide engagement, and to assist in the identification and measurement of propensity for change in digital privacy.  ...  Our organizations then have control to create tenable data privacy policies.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/RussellOOH18 fatcat:oiw66yoknrgb5fhzpvnz2kvvbi

Metadata, Jailbreaking, and the Cybernetic Governmentality of iOS: Or, the Need to Distinguish Digital Privacy from digital privacy

Thomas N Cooke
2020 Surveillance & Society  
Digital privacy tends to be understood as the "top-down" regulation and control of personal information on the behalf of corporate and governmental institutions, realized through various policies and practices  ...  By doing so, jailbreakers allow users to build previously unrealized relationships with metadata and thereby radically distinguishing "top-down" Digital Privacy from "bottom-up" digital privacy.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was conducted via funding support from the Centre for Advanced Internet Studies in Bochum, Germany, as well as the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada  ... 
doi:10.24908/ss.v18i1.13118 fatcat:jee3yxk3hzc3rpuggotx6kcnsu

Privacy and Manipulation in the Digital Age

Tal Z. Zarsky
2019 Theoretical Inquiries in Law  
to meet the challenges of the digital age.  ...  These abilities have given rise to a variety of concerns, which are most often framed using "privacy" and "data protection"-related paradigms.  ...  Such manipulation could be successfully executed by providing or omitting forms of information, at a well-defined time and while using advanced digital technology.  ... 
doi:10.1515/til-2019-0006 fatcat:bex6hpdcqjcl3ccwpa4fa5qjgu

Ontology-based Privacy Preserving Digital Forensics Framework

Xuejiao Wan, Jingsha He, Na Huang, Yonghao Mai
2015 International Journal of Security and Its Applications  
This paper focuses on the issues related to personal privacy protection by proposing a digital forensics framework based on the theory of ontology.  ...  The framework can thus serve as the foundation in the design of digital forensic tools and systems that can respect the privacy of individuals.  ...  Acknowledgements The work in this paper has been supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (61272500) and Beijing Natural Science Foundation (4142008).  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijsia.2015.9.4.07 fatcat:d5sptr5pdrf4pe4ymle3pdeunu

Children and privacy online

Agnes Nairn, Dowsiri Monkgol
2007 Journal of Direct Data and Digital Marketing Practice  
It is hoped that this paper will highlight some of the issues involved in protecting children ' s online privacy and encourage debate on how the industry should proceed in this tricky area.  ...  While most of the children ' s websites do post a data protection policy, it is not easy for children to fi nd or understand; few policies are displayed at the point of information collection; children  ...  Acknowledgments This research has contributed to a larger ongoing project with The National Consumer Council and Childnet International.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.dddmp.4350063 fatcat:362jp3porjbcxjezzllqi4hds4

The Digital Persona and Trust Bank: A Privacy Management Framework

Sree Nilakanta, Kevin Scheibe
2005 Journal of Information Privacy and Security  
Information privacy and protection in the United States is a source of great debate in both the academy and industry.  ...  Technological advancements in areas such as data warehousing allow aggregation of data across seemingly unrelated sources to create detailed profiles of individuals making privacy pundits cry foul.  ...  Policy frameworks that define privacy vis-à-vis data protection and within the contexts of the four statutory, political, technological, and international dimensions provide a basis for defining the privacy  ... 
doi:10.1080/15536548.2005.10855777 fatcat:fllisxbqlnbshazuw3kyhffwoi

The policy debate on electronic commerce - the OECD's Contribution

V. López-Bassols, G. Vickery
2001 TATuP - Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice  
Current activities include exploring the role of privacy-enhancing technologies in the wider package of solutions for privacy protection online, and promoting user education and awareness about online  ...  The OECD Online Privacy Policy Generator ( pr omotes transparency by helping web sites create privacy policy statements.  ... 
doi:10.14512/tatup.10.4.21 fatcat:ehfuguowhng2fdhv4sfintkhp4

Futuring Digital Privacy [chapter]

Urs Gasser
2021 Big Data and Global Trade Law  
enforcement of privacy policies. 85 eimagining the relationship between technology and privacy law in the digital age can be seen as a key component of a larger effort aimed at addressing the current  ...  digital privacy crisis holistically.  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108919234.013 fatcat:hgp7hzijr5ez3fvuoobybk5pbi

The psychology of privacy in the digital age

Avelie Stuart, Arosha K. Bandara, Mark Levine
2019 Social & Personality Psychology Compass  
Rather than being the customers of large digital technology companies, we are the product (Rushkoff, 2011; Schneier, 2015) .  ...  Despite Recent developments in political, technological, and social domains are leading to a direct challenge to our ability to exercise privacy.  ...  those theories that situate privacy in social and group relations, as increasingly digital technology captures more about the people and places that are associated with us (boyd, 2012; Koohikamali, Peak  ... 
doi:10.1111/spc3.12507 fatcat:kqyudvdixvhfpowvx7x4rduw6q
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