Recent findings and cases related to privacy in the locational environment have made this an issue of great concern to developers of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and Location-Based Services (LBS). Perhaps of greatest concern is ensuring that potential users of such services are adequately comfortable with the levels of privacy protection afforded them, as well as with the benefits they will receive in return for trading private information. This paper explores the concepts of privacy risks, benefits, willingness to trade, and compensation in relationship to mobile and locational technologies to ascertain areas of interest in determining the trade-offs that consumers will be willing to make in return for transportation enhancements.
|Title of host publication
|TRB 91st Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers DVD
|Place of Publication
|Transportation Research Board
|Published - 2012
|Transportation Research Board (TRB) 91st Annual Meeting - Washington D. C., United States
Duration: 22 Jan 2012 → 26 Jan 2012
|Transportation Research Board (TRB) 91st Annual Meeting
|Washington D. C.
|22/01/12 → 26/01/12
Bibliographical noteThis paper was sponsored by TRB committee ABJ00 Data and Information Systems.
- Data collection
- Intelligent transportation systems
- Statistical analysis