26 April 2006
14:30 - 16:00

Privacy 2

Paper Keeping Up Appearances: Understanding the Dimensions of Incidental Information Privacy
Survey investigated the privacy of incidental information visible in web browsers. Provides understanding of dimensions of privacy that combine to affect a user's comfort level when others view their display.
Kirstie Hawkey
Kori M. Inkpen

Paper Being watched or being special: Differential perceptions of public and private feedback based on rationale
Experimental study shows that rationale mediates perceptions and judgments of being monitored and evaluated in public/private. Interdisciplinary understanding of social aspects of public/private suggested as needed research area.
Erica Robles
Abhay Sukumaran
Kathryn Rickertsen
Cliff Nass

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