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The effects of attacker identity and individual user characteristics on the value of information privacy

Kenneth D. Nguyen, Heather Rosoff, Richard S. John
2016 Computers in Human Behavior  
We also observed effects of individual user characteristics, including general privacy concern, age, and self-reported political attitude, on the value of smartphone privacy protection.  ...  Respondents were given a hypothetical choice between an encrypted smartphone and a regular one.  ...  Speed refers to the number of seconds, on average, a smartphone takes to upload or download a standard photo on the Web using a standard Internet connection.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2015.09.031 fatcat:zmmnvxyxgrfdhaebvkioevmwqq

The importance of enhancing, maintaining and saving face in smartphone repurchase intentions of Chinese early adopters

Raffaele Filieri, Wenshin Chen, Bidit Lal Dey
2017 Information Technology and People  
materials that can avoid this to happen… After using [Smartphone Brand Name] for a long time, you can tell that the speed of the phone does not slow down.  ...  Previous research on visual appeals in the IS literature has predominantly emphasized the influence of website design on trust, usefulness, ease of use, enjoyment, and satisfaction (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1108/itp-09-2015-0230 fatcat:rx63rn2ajrbtlhi4hrurir2pye

Extending Technology Acceptance Model for Proximity Mobile Payment via Organisational Semiotics [chapter]

Yu-Chun Pan, Aimee Jacobs, Chekfoung Tan, Sanaa Askool
2018 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This approach offers methods that can help to develop a research model for mobile payment use focusing on technical and social aspects.  ...  One of the key challenges of mobile payment is how to understand and manage user expectations and technology acceptance.  ...  studies how users perceive signs such as studying users' intention in using the mobile payment system, and social layer examines the interpretation of signs where new knowledge is created, for example,  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-94541-5_5 fatcat:rq4rfdbutfcsjggfmhmuyxvqqa

Because we care: Privacy Dashboard on Firefox OS [article]

Marta Piekarska, Yun Zhou, Dominik Strohmeier, Alexander Raake
2015 arXiv   pre-print
We have implemented our solution on FirefoxOS and conducted user studies to verify the usefulness and usability of our tool.  ...  The paper starts with a discussion of different aspects of mobile privacy, how users perceive it and how much they are willing to give up for better usability.  ...  As an outcome of this study we had an overview of what do people expect, know and hope for.  ... 
arXiv:1506.04105v1 fatcat:qmgycvsfmfctnatx6nk6pvxnmy

Factors influence ease of use on Fintech adoption: Mediating by the role of attachment anxiety under Covid-19 pandemic

Le Thi Hong Minh
2021 Ho Chi Minh City Open University Journal of Science - Economics and Business Administration  
This study shows that users' users' beliefs, security and privacy, web design of Fintech services, customer value, and attachment anxiety during prolonged lockdown without a feasible solution to date increase  ...  Previous studies have shown a number of factors affecting the use of financial technology services.  ...  This study expands on two more factors: the trust of users and the perceived value of consumers also affect the ease of use and intention to use Fintech.  ... 
doi:10.46223/hcmcoujs.econ.en.11.2.1799.2021 fatcat:aiuoqz7x4vgrbbeeoaj3xrrol4

User Continuance Intention Towards Mobile Internet Service: The Case Of WiMAX in Korea

Hee-Woong Kim, Sumeet Gupta, Yoon-Seung Jeon
2013 Journal of Global Information Management  
A user of a mobile Internet service is both a user of technology and consumer of services.  ...  The usage of mobile Internet service has been on the rise as more people become to use mobile devices. WiMAX, a mobile Internet service, was first commercialized in Korea in 2006.  ...  of a university Technology adoption model Perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and past use Kim et al. (2007b) M-Internet service Usefulness, attitude, and pleasure Roca et al. (2006  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.2013100107 fatcat:iyvbsqnhara2dizv2o4lfqmivi

Online Donation Attitude and Satisfaction with Simple Mobile Payments: A Case of the Korean Red Cross

Dong-Hyuk Kim, Bo-Young Kim
2021 Societies  
This study empirically examines the effects of personal factors (unselfishness, self-esteem, and social norms) and technical factors (perceived usefulness, ease of use, and perceived behavioral control  ...  ) on donation trust, attitude, and satisfaction if donations were made through a simple mobile payment system.  ...  Informed Consent Statement: Informed consent was obtained from all subjects involved in the study. Data Availability Statement: Data are not publicly available due to the privacy of respondents.  ... 
doi:10.3390/soc12010004 fatcat:hwjt5cf3hvehbfabxxrdpuxapq

Factors Affecting Mobile Banking Adoption in Poland: An Empirical Study

Malgorzata Solarz, Jacek Adamek
a significant positive impact on the Perceived ease of use and a significant, however, negative impact on the Actual usage of mobile banking services, c/ Perceived ease of use has a significant positive  ...  a significant and positive impact on the Actual usage of the discussed distribution channel for banking services.  ...  In this case, increasing the sense of security for the potential MB users becomes essential and justified from the development perspective.  ... 
doi:10.35808/ersj/2648 fatcat:fzqzkmvl55en7bxratiptbdveq

A Survey on Mobile Banking Applications and the Adopted Models

Sultan Y. As-Sultan, Ibrahim Ahmed Al-Baltah, Fua'ad Hassan Abdulrazzak
2017 International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering  
Therefore, the aim of this study is to analyse the most well-known and accepted models to provide a comprehensive understanding of their impacts toward the adoption of mobile banking applications.  ...  As a result of this survey study, some critical recommendations were stated clearly.  ...  Thus, trust between customers and services providers is very important, without security and privacy users will not use mobile for financial transactions.  ... 
doi:10.23956/ijarcsse/v7i2/01220 fatcat:wjnjuab3xrdkrcxjqp3grtn5he

Investigating Customer Behavior of Using Contactless Payment in China: A Comparative Study of Facial Recognition Payment and Mobile QR-Code Payment

Yongping Zhong, Hee-Cheol Moon
2022 Sustainability  
In this study, the findings show that perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and service security can affect the perceived value and user satisfaction of using contactless payment.  ...  For QR-code payment users, overall, their satisfaction and post-adoption behaviors are more strongly bonded with each other compared with the behaviors of facial recognition payment users.  ...  Ease of use is one of the key factors in shaping user attitudes and their intention to accept information technology in their life [29, 30] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14127150 fatcat:tc272sqpkrgvflmkzbly4o6qja

Analysis of intention to use transjakarta bus

Naufal Arief Rahadianto, Syamsul Maarif, Lilik Noor Yuliati
2019 Independent Journal of Management & Production  
This study describe intention behavior of Transjakarta potential user, study and explores the relationship between intention to use Transjakarta and other latent factors, including personal norms, social  ...  Research on the intention of using public transport is still less. Based on this, further research is needed that focuses on the intention to use public transportation.  ...  For smartphone applications accessible on all platforms of any smartphone OS.  ... 
doi:10.14807/ijmp.v10i1.748 fatcat:giov6qixajd2ta3iakh3rltmzy

Contact Tracing Apps: lessons learned: privacy, autonomy, and the need for detailed and thoughtful implementation (Preprint)

Katie Hogan, Briana Macedo, Venkata Macha, Arko Barman, Xiaoqian Jiang
2021 JMIR Medical Informatics  
One potential measure is the widespread use of contact tracing apps.  ...  The global and national response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been inadequate due to a collective lack of preparation and a shortage of available tools for responding to a large-scale pandemic.  ...  For instance, only 16 of 50 apps reviewed prioritized data encryption and security via data anonymization and aggregate online reporting in one study [87] .  ... 
doi:10.2196/27449 pmid:34254937 fatcat:uiv6igfyv5cvbnl6wixfwuh3zq


Michael Humbani
2021 International Review of Management and Marketing  
Using a descriptive research design, an online self-administered questionnaire was used to collect data from 297 users of proximity mobile payments in South Africa.  ...  The purpose of this study is to empirically test the relationship between perceived risk factors and adoption of proximity mobile payments, and to explore the mediating effect on perceived value.  ...  This study investigates the use of a mobile device to initiate and complete purchases, in which case the use of proximity mobile payment apps is considered the use of a new technology regardless of the  ... 
doi:10.32479/irmm.11814 fatcat:5q4qv2usyfbspji4mpnba5w6bm

Teledermatology During COVID-19: An Updated Review

Morgan A Farr, Madeleine Duvic, Tejas P Joshi
2021 American Journal of Clinical Dermatology  
Here, we review literature on TD use during the pandemic to evaluate the positives and negatives of TD implementation.  ...  In an age of lockdowns and social distancing, teledermatology (TD) has emerged as a powerful tool to deliver remote care.  ...  For example, a study published in 2020 of Medicare beneficiaries discovered that 41.4% of Medicare patients lack access to a computer with high-speed internet at home, and 40.9% lack a smartphone with  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40257-021-00601-y pmid:33835345 pmcid:PMC8032846 fatcat:o4znrey3wbhbrjx27dr6ek6k6a

"We call it Hi-Fi"

Nithya Sambasivan, Gulzar Azad, Paul M. Aoki, Saswati Saha Mitra
2016 Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development - ICTD '16  
We sought to understand uptake, trajectories, behaviours, and developmental impact of the speed of the Internet on the daily lives of our respondents through a multi-phased study (baseline, in-situ usage  ...  We discuss considerations for policy and infrastructure deployments in introducing and onboarding new and existing users living with slow speeds to higher-quality networks.  ...  We also thank our AC and anonymous reviewers for their comments on the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2909609.2909651 dblp:conf/ictd/SambasivanAAM16 fatcat:ezuqh4pafbb7papi2ow7d6zqwm
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