The Failure of Online Social Network Privacy Settings

Michelle Madejski, Maritza Johnson and Steven M. Bellovin of Columbia University present the results of a study measuring the sharing intentions of social networking users to identify potential violations in users’ privacy settings. The results revealed a mismatch between intentions and reality, indicating that users are unable to correctly manage their privacy settings.

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