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    Self-censorship in social networking sites – privacy concerns, privacy awareness, perceived vulnerability and information management
    with Mark Warner
    Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 17 (4): 375-394. 2019.
    Purpose This paper aims to investigate behavioural changes related to self-censorship in social networking sites as new methods of online surveillance are introduced. In particular, it examines the relationships between SC and four related factors: privacy concerns, privacy awareness, perceived vulnerability and information management. Design/methodology/approach A national wide survey was conducted in the UK. The data were analysed to present both descriptive and inferential statistical finding…Read more