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Applying a Contextual Integrity Framework to Privacy Policies for Smart Technologies

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Abstract: This research anticipates a future where “smart cities” rely extensively on data analytics to determine budget allocations, to manage traffic, to design infrastructure and to advance sustainability efforts. In this study, Helen Nissenbaum s contextual integrity framework helps us understand how smart city residents consider privacy norms, and provides a structure for comparing these norms to current data privacy practices. The study findings and policy recommendations are based on focus group discussions with more than 80 residents of Long Beach, Calif., as well as responses to open-ended questions in a survey completed by about 200 survey respondents.

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