所属 明治大学 商学部 職種 専任教授
|発表テーマ||An International Comparison of Students Attitudes to Privacy|
|会議名||The Asian Privacy Sholars Network 5th International Conference|
|主催者||Asian Privacy Scholars Network|
|開催地名||The University of Auckland|
|発表者・共同発表者||Andrew A. Adams, Kiyoshi Murata and Ana Maria Lara Palma|
|概要||As reported in previous work (Adams et al. 2016) a survey of university students inspired by the Pew (Desilver 2014) survey on attitudes to Snowden's actions in revealing the surveillance of the US' NSA and the UK's GCHQ was carried out in multiple countries in late 2014 and early 2015.
Surveys in Germany, Mexico, Spain, Sweden, New Zealand and Japan were carried out by academics in those countries while the core Japanese team deployed the survey additionally in Taiwan and the People's Republic of China. In addition to questions regarding knowledge of and attitudes to Snowden and government surveillance, the survey also asked respondents for their knowledge of and attitude to various issues of privacy. This talk will present statistical analyses and international comparisons of the answers to those questions.
Questions for which the answer swill be presented include:
- A cross-tabulated relationship between belief in the importance of the right to privacy and the understanding of that right.
- A cross-tabulated comparison of Internet and non-Internet related activities and their threats to privacy.
- The relative and absolute measures of the privacy threats from various technologies, including Internet of Things-related technologies (Smart Meters; Home Automation; Personal Health Monitoring); online services such as social media and ecommerce; personal computers, tablet and smartphones.
- The relative and absolute measures of the privacy threats from various groups including other individuals, commercial organisations, non-profit (e.g. health or educational establishments) and government agencies (including law enforcement and others).