Longitudinal Analysis of the Privacy Paradox

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Description: In this study we analyze the privacy paradox from a longitudinal perspective. The data come from a representative sample of the German population, featuring 1403 respondents interviewed at three waves separated by 6 months. The data were analyzed using Random Intercept Cross Lagged Panel Models. Together, the results provide further evidence against the privacy paradox.

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Online Supplementary Material In this OSM you can find the code, details about analyses, additional analyses, and a completely reproducible version of our manuscript. All files are hosted on github. Feel free to provide comments, to open up issues, or to make pull-requests. Please note that the OSM / the github does not contain the actual data. To reproduce the actual results using the real data...


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  • The Privacy Longitudinal Study

    This *OSF project page assembles all past and ongoing work* with "The Privacy Longitudinal Study". The study's *data and measures are hosted at Ge...

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