Our paper was selected as the Best Paper of Information Technology track for National Conference at the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).
The paper focused on the perceptions of privacy which incorporated almost 200 respondents' views on privacy and revealed that many discrepant views exist based on prior exposure. To understand privacy perceptions at a more granular level, the effects of prior experience, student level, major, grade point average, and gender on perceptions of privacy were assessed. We found that prior experience did increase salience of privacy, which altered people's perceptions of the importance of privacy.
It was recognized for outstanding achievement at the ASBBS 27th Annual Banquet on Saturday, February 29, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV. Our paper
Jan 1 2020
Degree of recognition
The American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS)