Exploring the Perceptions of Location Sharing: Privacy vs. Affection
|Exploring the Perceptions of Location Sharing: Privacy vs. Affection
|Location Sharing: Privacy vs. Affection
|Surveillance, Aggregation, Insecurity, Secondary Use, Exclusion, Disclosure
|Location, Public Life, Family
|Location sharing Application users
|High Risk Groups
|Change of Behavior, Change of feelings or perception, Embarrassment
To a generation who grew up alongside the internet, location-sharing feels less like a privacy threat and more like an expression of affection.
The article is about the way people are using an location sharing applications to communicate their location. It is for most of us a way to demonstrate our love and concern, but it does mean that we will have to compromise some privacy. It's a question of balancing care for others and privacy in this Digital World, which is showing that things are going to change. The article describes a number of examples in relation to privacy damages caused by location data which can be observed on an application.