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This study examines the relationships between various risks, beliefs, and behavioral intentions that are related to citizens' use of anti-/counter-terrorism e-Government websites. ... The results suggest that perceived privacy risk from an anti/counter-terrorism authority is the major obstacle in citizen-to-government anti/counter-terrorism information flow, while citizens' belief in ... What are the risks that citizens are concerned with in the context of Anti-/Counter-Terrorism (ACT hereafter) e-Government service use? ...doi:10.1016/j.dss.2006.04.008 fatcat:mk5p2isobncepe6b4xyx4fpt7m