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Smartphone security research has produced many useful tools to analyze the privacy-related behaviors of mobile apps. However, these automated tools cannot assess people's perceptions of whether a given action is legitimate, or how that action makes them feel with respect to privacy. For example, automated tools might detect that a blackjack game and a map app both use one's location information, but people would likely view the map's use of that data as more legitimate than the game. Our workdoi:10.1145/2370216.2370290 dblp:conf/huc/LinSALHZ12 fatcat:dlj3ncjqtnbn5mibjwazhou2mq