[PET] Negative Results in Security and Privacy

Sören Preibusch Soeren.Preibusch at cl.cam.ac.uk
Mon May 30 18:44:13 BST 2011

When looking for negative results, inter alia, our recent field experiment
did reveal: consumers do not prefer privacy-friendly retailers even if
everything else is the same
<http://ideas.repec.org/p/iza/izadps/dp5017.html>, "Unwillingness to Pay for
Privacy: A Field Experiment".

So, yes, such findings are relevant.


-----Original Message-----
From: pet-bounces at lists.links.org [mailto:pet-bounces at lists.links.org] On
Behalf Of Matthijs R. Koot
Sent: 15 May 2011 17:16
To: Discussion of privacy enhancing technologies
Subject: [PET] Negative Results in Security and Privacy

Hi pet at lists.links.org,

Biomedicine has a Journal of Negative Results in Biomedicine:


Could a "Journal of Negative Results in Security and Privacy" (and/or
Surveillance) be viable? Topic for a panel discussion at PETS 2011?

Best regards,
Matthijs R. Koot
University of Amsterdam, NL
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