The main aim of the paper is to establish the ways that social media change the way of how information is shared and who see what on social networking sites. Furthermore the paper mentions do teenagers really care about privacy whilst on social networking sites, the paper goes further in depth and looks into how teenagers cope with privacy on social networking sites. The paper highlights contextual integrity is crucial to privacy, in terms what personal and sensitive information is mentioned online. The main demonstrates the difficulty of privacy.
The paper has references and has conducted 166 semi structured interviews, where teenagers were asked about privacy, publicity and what personal information their share online. Both paper 1 and 5 mention Helen Nissenbaum's (2010) notion of contextual integrity and how it can be applied to the world of social networking sites.
The author primarily focuses on one main topic of how teenagers share information online and fails to explore different aspects of privacy, moreover the interviews are not representative as it only conducts 166 interviews which is a small sample and therefore the findings cannot be applied globally.
In summary the paper focal point is how teenagers share information online, the harms of privacy online and whether teenagers actually care about privacy on social networking sites. The paper does not take into consideration on how privacy is managed online and looks at privacy from a narrow perspective. The research carried indicates that it is not a representative sample hence it cannot be applied to wider society.
The main purpose of the paper is to recognize the impact of the individual privacy concerns on their acceptance of social networking sites. By using ‘technology acceptance model' the author has concluded that privacy concern has an immediate effect on behavioral intention and privacy concern governing the effects of perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use on behavioral of use. Furthermore the paper comments on the concept of privacy and the concept of privacy concern, it also identifies a theoretical base of privacy concerns in terms of social networking sites.
The paper has many references, survey questionnaires, empirical data and previous work on privacy concern on social media. The paper only explains privacy concerns and goes into detail whilst supported by evidences from the questionnaires.
Even though the paper goes into detail, it only mentions privacy concerns and does not take into consideration about other types of privacy. Paper 3 looks at privacy from different angles unlike paper 4, however the paper does mention previous work of privacy concern in social networking sites.
The paper covers a large section of privacy, primarily focused upon the effects on user privacy concern online. The paper give an in detailed insight into user privacy concern. In addition the paper provides a pilot study which back up the author argument. However the paper fails to recognize different aspects of privacy, but the paper mentions related work and previous research. Even though the lack of analysis of privacy the aspects of the paper can be applied today and it is supported by the research of the author.
The paper has many valid references and most importantly it has conducted its research and presents the findings in the paper. The paper can be compared to paper 1 and 2 because both papers mentions the danger of privacy in particular to businesses taking information from user accounts.
However the author has examined privacy from a broad range for example privacy policies, privacy awareness and many more. Unlike the previous papers who take a narrow perspective, paper 3 have examined in detail the different aspects of privacy.
In summary the paper provides a fresh insight to the different perspectives of privacy and self-disclosure in terms of Facebook. The paper in general is good because not only it looks at a different angle of privacy it is backed up by evidences that the author has conducted.
The paper highlights the concept of privacy settings on social networking sites, Westin (1967- 2003)'s concept on privacy states that social media motivate or want individual to reveal their name, school, date of birth, location and a variety of other personal information. The main argument of the writer is privacy observing and the search bar Facebook uses. The paper also identifies online marketing to teens and teen's privacy worries, in particular businesses and advertisers showing an interest in teen's online conduct and personal information.
Paper 1 can be compared to paper 2 in the sense of businesses and advertisers showing an interest in online behaviour and taking personal information from social networking accounts. Both authors make the same point in regards of the fear of information being leaked from social media. Moreover the paper also suggest parental influence in relation to privacy.
The paper has references, hypothesis testing and survey research. The paper covers a variety of privacy issues unlike paper 1, in connection to online privacy concern and self-disclosure. Both papers indicate the importance of staying safe online and understanding privacy settings. Overall the paper is good and discusses broad range of topics within privacy.
To conclude the paper covers a variety points and provides up to date data making the paper valid. Even though the paper does not provide any solution of how privacy could be protected on social networking sites, it still provides a range of topics and states weaknesses furthermore the paper proposes the route for future research.
The paper looks in great detail on the existing important privacy issues on Facebook. The paper is illustrating contextual integrity which demonstrates how to comprehend privacy expectations. Furthermore in 2007 Facebook announced an application which allows advertisers and businesses to access personal information through Facebook, more concerning is the fact that these application have been given access to user's friend information. The author highlights the privacy complications is a violation of our standards. Moreover the paper indicates how social networking sites change the privacy settings, mainly the need to have privacy because the internet is a global network where our details are exposed.
The paper has many valid references such as websites and to other papers. The paper only explains the concerns of privacy on Facebook, but does not provide any solutions or how to protect our personal information from third parties.
The paper has no solid facts and it only provides few examples which is based on the author opinion. Furthermore the paper only covers privacy from news feeds and application and therefore does not give us a true picture of general privacy on Facebook.
To conclusion the paper only covers a small segment of privacy on Facebook, mainly illustrating contextual integrity and third parties accessing personal information of the individual and individual's friends. However the paper lacks detail and mainly focuses on application feature and news feed and does not go into detail of other privacy concerns
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