Behavioral economics and online privacy

Carnegie Mellon’s Alessandro Acquisti thinks behavioral economics can help explain a paradox of information technology: When you provide people with more privacy controls online, they tend to become more cautious about disclosing personal information.

Read the full paper here.

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