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While the privacy implications of social robots have been increasingly discussed and privacy-sensitive robotics is becoming a research field within human-robot interaction, little empirical research has investigated privacy concerns about robots and the effect they have on behavioral intentions. To address this gap, we present the results of an experimental vignette study that includes antecedents from the privacy, robotics, technology adoption, and trust literature. Using linear regressiondoi:10.3389/frobt.2021.627958 pmid:33981728 pmcid:PMC8110194 fatcat:t4j6iwiiebbdzdysdyrrodpqki