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Psychological predictors of risky online behaviour: The cases of online piracy and privacy

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Despite the real world implications of online behaviour our online actions remain highly malleable with respect to our stated preferences or contextual factors. We often act inconsistently with our own past behaviour or attitudes based upon the situation. This talk examines strong and weak predictors of piracy and privacy behaviours based on survey and experimental studies. Risk perceptions, values and personality differences are considered.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.

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