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Falling for Phishing: An Empirical Investigation into People's Email Response Behaviors [article]

Asangi Jayatilaka and Nalin Asanka Gamagedara Arachchilage and Muhammad Ali Babar
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Furthermore, based on the user study findings, we discuss novel insights into flaws in the general email decision-making behaviors that could make people susceptible to phishing attacks.  ...  The analysis of the collected data has enabled us to identify eleven factors that influence people's response decisions to both phishing and legitimate emails.  ...  emails due to flaws in their decision making processes; and (2) a proposal of design directions for developing a behavioral plugin for email clients that can be used to nudge people's secure behaviors  ... 
arXiv:2108.04766v2 fatcat:cyqil37gbnbdvkumx42k5z7tzy

Privacy nudges for social media

Yang Wang, Pedro Giovanni Leon, Kevin Scott, Xiaoxuan Chen, Alessandro Acquisti, Lorrie Faith Cranor
2013 Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '13 Companion  
To help individuals avoid regrettable online disclosures, we employed lessons from behavioral decision research and research on soft paternalism to design mechanisms that "nudge" users to consider the  ...  Our system logs, results from exit surveys, and interviews suggest that privacy nudges could be a promising way to prevent unintended disclosure.  ...  The application of soft paternalistic techniques to online privacy (and security) problems may help users make better online decisions, and avoid regrets.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2487788.2488038 dblp:conf/www/WangLSCAC13 fatcat:56etrhwesje4ppa7t5nwuuwzmi

Status Quo, Critical Reflection and Road Ahead of Digital Nudging in Information Systems Research – A Discussion with Markus Weinmann and Alexey Voinov [article]

Christian Meske, Ireti Amojo
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this context, the original concept of Nudging bears inherent challenges, e.g. regarding the focus on the individuals' welfare, which hence also apply to Digital Nudging.  ...  This paper presents an overview of the current progress, a critical reflection and an outlook to further research regarding Digital Nudging in IS.  ...  human decision-making.  ... 
arXiv:1911.08202v1 fatcat:d4weph5qx5hhjfi43ymaijcpra

(Un)informed Consent

Christine Utz, Martin Degeling, Sascha Fahl, Florian Schaub, Thorsten Holz
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security - CCS '19  
We also show that the wide-spread practice of nudging has a large effect on the choices users make.  ...  can make free and informed choices.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the owner of their partner website for allowing them to display different sets of consent notices on this site.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3319535.3354212 dblp:conf/ccs/UtzDFSH19 fatcat:5twq56csdfbi7momzh3pbjrzse

Public Health Paternalism: Continuing the Dialogue

T. Nys
2009 Public Health Ethics  
Likewise, by setting the default of health care coverage to approximate the actual needs of individuals we prevent people from making bad decisions (often by making no decisions at all).  ...  Therefore, what people need is a paternalistic 'nudge' , a little push in the right direction.  ... 
doi:10.1093/phe/php028 fatcat:emm4feduwfa33puzik6xzes5o4

USJ846002_supplemental_material – Supplemental material for Urban climate governance informed by behavioural insights: A commentary and research agenda

Jeroen Van Der Heijden
2019 Figshare  
, ME PRIVACY AND THE RIGHT TO RECORD BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 2017 Keiser, LR Understanding Street-Level Bureaucrats' Decision Making: Determining Eligibility in the Social Security Disability Program  ...  Judges and the Magnitude of Mass Litigation from a Behavioural Perspective EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF RISK REGULATION 2015 Bissonnette, Jean Francois From the moral to the neural: brain scans, decision-making  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.9765152 fatcat:67xfeyr7crgo7a34nrwbytd6la

End of Life and Autonomy: The Case for Relational Nudges in End-of-Life Decision-Making Law and Policy

Megan S. Wright
2017 Social Science Research Network  
On the whole, law conceptualizes autonomy at the end of life as an individual making private, personal decisions based solely on their interests and values, and independent of others.  ...  Failures of rationality explain this all too common situation: a fear and avoidance of death makes people less likely to plan for it, and even when they do plan, they are unable to anticipate every possible  ...  be made about whether to begin or continue such treatment, the person no longer has decisional capacity.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3024949 fatcat:lgsrrjbewjdm3bumvkcjldvwre

Multimodal strategies of emotional governance: a critical analysis of 'nudge' tactics in health policy

Jane Mulderrig
2017 Critical Discourse Studies  
In the second half of the 20 th century a new alliance was formed between political aspirations for a healthy population and personal aspirations to be well: health was to be ensured by instrumentalising  ...  Turning to the case study examined in this paper, the C4L campaign, I begin by tracing its political origins to the increasing influence among policy makers of behavioural economics or 'nudge'.  ...  impede our ability to make more rational decisions.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17405904.2017.1382381 fatcat:rweoqr7bbva3rmpcego3nr4xfa

'I'm big, you're small. I'm right, you're wrong': the multiple P/politics of 'being young' in new Sustainable Communities

Sophie Hadfield-Hill, Pia Christensen
2019 Social & Cultural Geography  
Acknowledgments We would like to thank the ESRC (RES-062-23-1549) for funding this research on New Urbanisms, New Citizens: Children and Young People's Everyday Life and Participation in Sustainable Communities  ...  Thanks also to the anonymous reviewers, the editorial board of Social and Cultural Geography and Peter Kraftl for their guidance in shaping this paper.  ...  Community based planning, decision-making and formal Political processes need to overcome the 'I'm big, you're small, I'm right, you're wrong' attitude to young people's P/political participation.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649365.2019.1645198 fatcat:lfncakwrzjczvdioub3pn2gehi

Pushing for Sustainability through Technology: administrative consensuality by default and online dispute resolutions tools

Cássio Castro Souza, Justo Reyna
2021 International Journal of Digital Law  
It was found that an architecture of choices appropriate to the greater promotion of access to Justice must create an administrative consensus by default, implemented based on an online dispute resolution  ...  In this article, it was reflected whether a more adequate choice architecture could make the Public Administration start to show a more consensual and less litigious behavior.  ...  Going blind to see more clearly..., op. cit. 104 PHILLIPS-WREN, Gloria, POWER, Daniel J.; MORA, Manuel. Cognitive bias, decision styles, and risk attitudes in decision making and DSS.  ... 
doi:10.47975/ijdl/1souzareyna fatcat:wuz2td3bpfh47lfiopxjhocrvi

Slave to the Algorithm? Why a Right to Explanationn is Probably Not the Remedy You are Looking for

Lilian Edwards, Michael Veale
2017 Social Science Research Network  
We argue that other parts of the GDPR related (i) to the right to erasure ("right to be forgotten") and the right to data portability; and (ii) to privacy by design, Data Protection Impact Assessments  ...  and certification and privacy seals, may have the seeds we can use to make algorithms more responsible, explicable, and humancentered.  ...  price I can buy goods at-then the 60 profile is my personal data as it relates to me and makes me identifiable. 65 This approach however remains emergent and will be applied with hesitation even  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2972855 fatcat:nqqo4xmminc4bkp76mwnrbhgeu

Social Organization of Rights: From Rhetoric to Reality

Fu Hualing
2019 UCLA Pacific Basin law journal  
, and making the government more accountable and responsive.  ...  citizens and generate demand for rights in society and channel those rights to institutions.  ...  In sensitive cases, judges often bend legal rules and make decisions according to political expedience.  ... 
doi:10.5070/p8361042634 fatcat:prkuhx5ow5bm3j5u4u2sfbpy74

Achieving American Retirement Prosperity by Changing Americans' Thinking About Retirement

Peter H. Huang
2016 Social Science Research Network  
There are many decisions that Americans have to make about retirement before, at, and after retirement.  ...  For example, Americans have to decide when to start saving for retirement, how much to save, how to invest those savings, when to retire, when to claim social security, and how to take required minimum  ...  people's cognition or decision-making processes.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2824917 fatcat:zrql5st5dvhgnjqhnrgrnobtoi

The Public Handshake, the Pushed Gossip and the Healthcare Marketing

Maurice Codourey
2013 Economics & Sociology  
To be questionized is the bonding from a public hospital to its neighbourhood.  ...  The development of a public handshake/pushed gossip strategy is based on the theories of nudge (shift public opinion), constructivistic didactic (provide learning environment) and municipal intelligence  ...  to influence people's behavior in order to make their lives longer, healthier, and better (p.5).  ... 
doi:10.14254/2071-789x.2013/6-2/2 fatcat:s3gcaeaky5eavbawqhegi26bey

Push, Pull and Nudge: The Future of Teaching and Educational Change [chapter]

Andy Hargreaves
2013 Preparing Teachers for the 21st Century  
1, Autumn 2015 | 121 Push, Pull and Nudge: The Future of Teaching and Educational Change which redefine expectations for the work of teaching and the profession of teaching in order to improve learning  ...  Key data about pupil behaviour and performance are increasingly accessible to and analyzed by professional colleagues in real time to trigger just-in-time interventions for students and also to manage  ...  learning, and standardized instruction to personalized learning in the internet age of independent online access and participation in social media in the twenty-first century.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-36970-4_13 fatcat:ai6jipbt5nd3nfydkvt3fotdmq
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