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Online survey for Social Networks users

From: Mohammad Islam <mb.islam@qut.edu.au>
Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2012 10:53:42 +1000
To: "public-privacy@w3.org" <public-privacy@w3.org>
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Hi!

Thank you very much for your feedback during the pilot survey. 

Now, it is our pleasure to invite you to participate in an online survey on issues and challenges of maintaining privacy on Social Networks. This research will identify how to build better privacy functionality into Social Networks and may benefit general and future Social Network users to use privacy friendly Social Networks.

Please click on the link to access further information about the study and survey:

http://survey.qut.edu.au/f/174008/16fc/


This survey is part of a joint project between the Queensland University of Technology and the National ICT Australia (NICTA). The aim of the research is to design and develop a Privacy Framework for Social Networks.

Participation in this project is entirely voluntary. The survey will take ≍15 minutes. You do not need to be an expert in Social Networks or the privacy area; however you do need to be a general user of at least one Social Network to answer the questions.

This is an anonymous survey. Your participation and the answers you give cannot be traced back to you at any point during or after the survey.

Once again, your response helps improve privacy in Social Networks and help users to use privacy friendly Social Networks in future. 

Please also share the survey with others.

Many thanks for your consideration of this request.

Yours Sincerely,

Mohammad Badiul Islam, Dr Jason Watson, Adpro Renato Iannella, Aspro Shlomo Geva

Faculty of Science and Technology, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia
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