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This paper uses a survey of social networking users to empirically explore their perceptions of security notices -independently verified artefacts informing internet site users that security measures are taken by the site owner. We investigate such factors as purchase experience, purchase intention, risk propensity, usage of various social network categories and user victimisation. The results suggest a strong positive link between purchase intention and paying attention to securitydoi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2015.03.004 fatcat:rgtqth4x2zae7f27x2zeuqzuei