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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Social media continues to lead imprudent users into oversharing, exposing them to various privacy threats. Recent research thus focusses on nudging the user into the 'right' direction. In this paper, we propose Comparison-based Privacy (CbP), a design paradigm for privacy nudges that overcomes the limitations and challenges of existing approaches. CbP is based on the observation that comparison is a natural human behavior. With CbP , we transfer this observation to decisionmaking processes indoi:10.1007/978-3-319-29883-2_15 fatcat:ci5y3j4rx5cftpw54x7vohhemu