BibSLEIGH corpus
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Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Used together with:
inform (6)
facebook (5)
self (5)
social (5)
analysi (4)

Stem disclosur$ (all stems)

25 papers:

CSCWCSCW-2015-HaimsonBDH #facebook #gender
Disclosure, Stress, and Support During Gender Transition on Facebook (OLH, JRB, LD, GRH), pp. 1176–1190.
HCISCSM-2015-BeldadK #facebook #risk management
It’s Not About the Risks, I’m just Used to Doing It: Disclosure of Personal Information on Facebook Among Adolescent Dutch Users (ADB, RK), pp. 185–195.
CSCWCSCW-2014-VitakK #facebook #how #people #process #quote
“You can’t block people offline”: examining how facebook’s affordances shape the disclosure process (JV, JK), pp. 461–474.
HCISCSM-2014-CulenFG #named #physics #self
iCONFESS — Mirroring Digital Self-Disclosure in a Physical Booth (ALC, SF, AAG), pp. 430–439.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2014-CarreiraDAD #perspective
Environmental Disclosure — From the Accounting to the Report Perspective (FC, AD, RA, FD), pp. 496–501.
OSDIOSDI-2014-ChenKWZK #identification #web
Identifying Information Disclosure in Web Applications with Retroactive Auditing (HC, TK, XW, NZ, MFK), pp. 555–569.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-BenderKGK #ecosystem #fine-grained
Fine-grained disclosure control for app ecosystems (GB, LK, JG, CK), pp. 869–880.
CHICHI-2012-TangHS #social
The implications of offering more disclosure choices for social location sharing (KPT, JIH, DPS), pp. 391–394.
CSCWCSCW-2012-Bazarova #facebook
Contents and contexts: disclosure perceptions on facebook (NNB), pp. 369–372.
CSCWCSCW-2012-ZhaoHG #community #how #online #people #self
How and to whom people share: the role of culture in self-disclosure in online communities (CZ, PJH, GG), pp. 67–76.
RERE-2012-TunBPYHON #mobile #privacy #requirements
Privacy arguments: Analysing selective disclosure requirements for mobile applications (TTT, AKB, BAP, YY, CBH, IO, BN), pp. 131–140.
CHICHI-2011-LampinenLLT #network #social
We’re in it together: interpersonal management of disclosure in social network services (AL, VL, AL, ST), pp. 3217–3226.
CSCWCSCW-2011-TangCDRSH #facebook #self
A tale of two languages: strategic self-disclosure via language selection on facebook (DT, TC, ND, AR, WCS, JTH), pp. 387–390.
Accounting Information Content and Timeliness of Annual Report Disclosure — An Evidence from China’s Listed Companies (PH, GG, ZM), pp. 400–408.
VLDBVLDB-2010-CanimKHM #database #query #relational
Building Disclosure Risk Aware Query Optimizers for Relational Databases (MC, MK, BH, SM), pp. 13–24.
CHICHI-2009-EcklesWCTBF #mobile #self #social
Social responses in mobile messaging: influence strategies, self-disclosure, and source orientation (DE, DW, CC, AT, MBF, BJF), pp. 1651–1654.
HCIOCSC-2009-PetersonS #analysis #network #social
Analysis of Information Disclosure on a Social Networking Site (KP, KAS), pp. 256–264.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2007-AgrawalEKV #ranking
Auditing disclosure by relevance ranking (RA, AVE, JK, RV), pp. 79–90.
SACSAC-2006-WuGL #analysis #database #modelling #towards
Towards value disclosure analysis in modeling general databases (XW, SG, YL), pp. 617–621.
CHICHI-2005-ConsolvoSMLTP #people #social #what #why
Location disclosure to social relations: why, when, & what people want to share (SC, IES, TM, AL, JT, PP), pp. 81–90.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2004-MiklauS #analysis #formal method
A Formal Analysis of Information Disclosure in Data Exchange (GM, DS), pp. 575–586.
VLDBVLDB-2004-LeFevreAERXD #database
Limiting Disclosure in Hippocratic Databases (KL, RA, VE, RR, YX, DJD), pp. 108–119.
SACSAC-2004-TrutaFB #metric
Disclosure risk measures for the sampling disclosure control method (TMT, FF, DCBJ), pp. 301–306.
Self Disclosure on Computer Forms: Meta-Analysis and Implications (SPW, SBK), pp. 3–10.
SIGIRSIGIR-1993-BruzaG #performance
Efficient Context-Sensitive Plausible Inference for Information Disclosure (PB, LCvdG), pp. 12–21.

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