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A Conceptual Method for Eliciting Trust-related Software Features for Computer-mediated Introduction

Computer-Mediated Introduction (CMI) describes the process in which individuals with compatible intentions get to know each other through social media platforms to eventually meet afterwards in the physical world (i.e. sharing economy and online …

Balancing Trust and Privacy in Computer-Mediated Introduction: Featuring Risk as a Determinant for Trustworthiness Requirements Elicitation

In requirements elicitation methods, it is not unusual that conflicts between software requirements or between software goals and requirements can be detected. It is efficient to deal with those conflicts before further costs are invested to …

Building Trustworthiness in Computer-Mediated Introduction: A Facet-Oriented Framework

Computer-Mediated Introduction (CMI) is the process by which users with compatible purposes interact with one another through social media platforms to meet afterwards in the physical world. CMI covers purposes, such as arranging joint car rides, …

Persuasion Meets AI: Ethical Considerations for the Design of Social Engineering Countermeasures

Privacy in Social Network Sites (SNSs) like Facebook or Instagram is closely related to people's self-disclosure decisions and their ability to foresee the consequences of sharing personal information with large and diverse audiences. Nonetheless, …

Learning from Online Regrets: From Deleted Posts to Risk Awareness in Social Network Sites

Social Network Sites (SNSs) like Facebook or Instagram are spaces where people expose their lives to wide and diverse audiences. This practice can lead to unwanted incidents such as reputation damage, job loss or harassment when pieces of private …

Access-Control Prediction in Social Network Sites: Examining the Role of Homophily

Often, users of Social Network Sites (SNSs) like Facebook or Twitter have issues when controlling the access to their content. Access-control predictive models are used to recommend access-control configurations which are aligned with the users’ …

At Your Own Risk: Shaping Privacy Heuristics for Online Self-disclosure

Revealing private and sensitive information on Social Network Sites (SNSs) like Facebook is a common practice which sometimes results in unwanted incidents for the users. One approach for helping users to avoid regrettable scenarios is through …

Rethinking Summarization and Storytelling for Modern Social Multimedia

Traditional summarization initiatives have been focused on specific types of documents such as articles, reviews, videos, image feeds, or tweets, a practice which may result in pigeonholing the summarization task in the context of modern, …

Online Self-disclosure: From Users' Regrets to Instructional Awareness

Unlike the offline world, the online world is devoid of well- evolved norms of interaction which guide socialization and self-disclosure. Therefore, it is difficult for members of online communities like Social Network Sites (SNSs) to control the …

Should User-generated Content be a Matter of Privacy Awareness? - A Position Paper

Social Network Sites (SNSs) like Facebook or Twitter have radically redefined the mechanisms for social interaction. One of the main aspects of these platforms are their information sharing features which allow user-generated content to reach wide …