Surveillance, Privacy and Security 2017
DOI: 10.4324/9781315619309-3
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“…This is also consistent with the “privacy paradox,” describing the inconsistencies between web-based privacy behavior and attitudes [ 26 ]. Studies in the European context showed that for citizens, data protection and data security are very important and they are seriously concerned [ 27 ], but even within a country, cultural dimensions affect the level of privacy concerns [ 28 ]. Furthermore, our findings show that experts were concerned about the use of commercial social media platforms that use nontransparent, artificial intelligence–based algorithms for inferential targeting and predictive analytics because this might cause serious privacy violations.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is also consistent with the “privacy paradox,” describing the inconsistencies between web-based privacy behavior and attitudes [ 26 ]. Studies in the European context showed that for citizens, data protection and data security are very important and they are seriously concerned [ 27 ], but even within a country, cultural dimensions affect the level of privacy concerns [ 28 ]. Furthermore, our findings show that experts were concerned about the use of commercial social media platforms that use nontransparent, artificial intelligence–based algorithms for inferential targeting and predictive analytics because this might cause serious privacy violations.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Prior research has corroborated the notion that personal rules to manage online privacy are shaped and executed in different manners across different countries (Bellman et al, 2004;Budak et al, 2017;Trepte & Masur, 2016;Yang & Kang, 2015;Zhang et al, 2007). Most comparative studies of privacy have utilized the individualismcollectivism continuum (i.e., the extent to which societies prioritize personal over collectivistic gains or individual independence over collective goals; Hofstede, 1997) as an explanatory framework.…”
Section: The Influence Of National Context On Personal Privacy Manage...mentioning
confidence: 98%