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I did very badly building an OWL ontology using Protége – for Semantic Web Technologies assessed coursework. On the plus side, next time I need to build an ontology (if there is a next time) I should do much better.
This week’s readings (some require subscription access):
COMP6052 Social Networking Technology
List taken from lecture slides:
- Kumaraguru, P., & Cranor, L. F. (2005). Privacy indexes: a survey of Westin’s studies. Technical report, Institute for Software Research International, Carnegie Mellon University, December 2005
- Warren, S. D., & Brandeis, L. D. (1890). The right to privacy. Harvard Law Review, Vol. IV , No. 5, December 15, 1890 193-220.
- McArthur, R. L. (2001). Reasonable expectations of privacy. In Ethics and Information technology, 3(2), 123-128.
- Beck, U. (1992). Risk society: Towards a new modernity (Vol. 17). Sage. [Introduction].
- Dunfee T.W, Smith N. and Ross W.T. (1999). Social contracts and marketing ethics. In The Journal of Marketing vol. 63 (3)
- Acquisti, A., & Grossklags, J. (2007). What can behavioral economics teach us about privacy? Digital Privacy: Theory, Technologies and Practices. Auerbach Publications (Taylor and Francis Group) pp. 363-377
- Norberg P. A., Horne D. R. and Horne D. A. (2007). The Privacy Paradox: Personal Information Disclosure Intentions versus Behaviors. In The Journal of Consumer Affairs vol. 41 (1) pp. 100-127