Examining the Use of Surveys in Measuring Privacy in Ubiquitous Computing
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The study, which examined 24 surveys, concluded that surveys are unlikely to accurately reflect the consumers’ true privacy preferences and concerns. Even though the privacy issues pertaining to the consumer market are somewhat different than those related to ubiquitous computing, the two domains share many common problems that are inherent in using surveys in general. Consolvo et al.