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2: Sensitivity levels of sharing address. N = 93. 3. National Unique Identification Numbers like Aadhar or SSN : 100% people agree that sharing of such unique identification numbers is highly sensitive. 89.2% people say it's Very Sensitive. This verifies our claim that such PII information is indeed very confidential and show not flow out while sharing tasks or talking to people of varied trust levels. Refer to 3.

2: Sensitivity levels of sharing address. N = 93. 3. National Unique Identification Numbers like Aadhar or SSN : 100% people agree that sharing of such unique identification numbers is highly sensitive. 89.2% people say it's Very Sensitive. This verifies our claim that such PII information is indeed very confidential and show not flow out while sharing tasks or talking to people of varied trust levels. Refer to 3.

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Crowdsourcing is the practice of getting information or input for a task or project from a number of people by floating out the task at hand to a pool of people who are usually not full-time employees. Use of Crowdsourcing to get work done is on the rise due to the benefits that it offers. Trends and surveys show that the conventional workforce is...

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... to Figure 5.1. 2. Address: 10.8% people think that address is not something sensitive to share with people and 39.8% people believe that address is something very sensitive to share with people. ...
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... all, 89.3% people agree that sharing of address is sensitive. Refer to Figure 5.2. ...
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... sharing of any such details is a point of loss of Confidentiality [24] (see Figure 5.7). ...
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... be Confidential and sharing of it is seen as a Sensitive activity by ∼ 99% of the survey takers. 78.5% of the people say it's Very Sensitive to share the details of the customers of a company (see Figure 5.8). If these details go in the wrong hands, it could even initiate legal troubles. ...
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... might not like the worker exposing to B, that it's working for A. In such cases, companies tend to avoid exposing their entities. 8. Publicly sharing a Database: 6.4% of the respondents believe that sharing a database publicly is not a sensitive activity (see Figure 5.9). Here's where the problem lies, while not all databases might be sensitive, but sharing them publicly might lead to confidentiality loss. ...
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... This is a sample task posted by a Task Poster, according to you, what all sensitive data does it contain? On presenting Figure 5.11 to the respondents, they were able to identify most of the sensitive content. 98% felt that giving username and password to log-in to a different website was risky. ...
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... felt that giving username and password to log-in to a different website was risky. Figure 5.12 shows a word cloud of the responses received from this question. ...
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... giving away such images/designs, it's possible that some information may be given away. Like, in Figure 5.15, the wireframe exposes the company this task is for (from the logo), the country the task is meant for, and the type of information it's seeking clearly gives away the type of the application. In this, we intended for the survey-takers to verify that: ...
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... The type of things on the screen also give away more information Figure 5.16: Word Cloud of responses from question in Figure 5.15. ...
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... The type of things on the screen also give away more information Figure 5.16: Word Cloud of responses from question in Figure 5.15. Keywords disney, card, CVV, credit, password, email, payment, French stand out in it. ...
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... What can you infer about the type of industry that this app is for? Figure 5.17: Sample domain based question. ...
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... to Figure 5.1. 2. Address: 10.8% people think that address is not something sensitive to share with people and 39.8% people believe that address is something very sensitive to share with people. ...
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... all, 89.3% people agree that sharing of address is sensitive. Refer to Figure 5.2. ...
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... sharing of any such details is a point of loss of Confidentiality [24] (see Figure 5.7). ...
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... be Confidential and sharing of it is seen as a Sensitive activity by ∼ 99% of the survey takers. 78.5% of the people say it's Very Sensitive to share the details of the customers of a company (see Figure 5.8). If these details go in the wrong hands, it could even initiate legal troubles. ...
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... might not like the worker exposing to B, that it's working for A. In such cases, companies tend to avoid exposing their entities. 8. Publicly sharing a Database: 6.4% of the respondents believe that sharing a database publicly is not a sensitive activity (see Figure 5.9). Here's where the problem lies, while not all databases might be sensitive, but sharing them publicly might lead to confidentiality loss. ...
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... This is a sample task posted by a Task Poster, according to you, what all sensitive data does it contain? On presenting Figure 5.11 to the respondents, they were able to identify most of the sensitive content. 98% felt that giving username and password to log-in to a different website was risky. ...
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... felt that giving username and password to log-in to a different website was risky. Figure 5.12 shows a word cloud of the responses received from this question. ...
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... giving away such images/designs, it's possible that some information may be given away. Like, in Figure 5.15, the wireframe exposes the company this task is for (from the logo), the country the task is meant for, and the type of information it's seeking clearly gives away the type of the application. In this, we intended for the survey-takers to verify that: ...
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... The type of things on the screen also give away more information Figure 5.16: Word Cloud of responses from question in Figure 5.15. ...
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... The type of things on the screen also give away more information Figure 5.16: Word Cloud of responses from question in Figure 5.15. Keywords disney, card, CVV, credit, password, email, payment, French stand out in it. ...
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... What can you infer about the type of industry that this app is for? Figure 5.17: Sample domain based question. ...