Privacy in India: Attitudes & Awareness. Ponnurangam K & Dr. Lorrie Cranor Computation, Organizations and Society School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University 1 st June 2005 firstname.lastname@example.org. Motivations. Business Process Outsourcing in India Security and privacy laws needed
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Ponnurangam K & Dr. Lorrie Cranor
Computation, Organizations and Society
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
1st June 2005
Source for US: Westin 1992 and 1993 study with Harris Interactive
Source: Cranor, Lorrie, et al., "Beyond Concern: Understanding Net Users' Attitudes About Online Privacy." 1999.
Privacy Online : A report on information practices and policies of commercial websites, March 2002
Thanks toCUPS Lab, CMUCyLab, CMUDr. Raj ReddyElaine Newton, EPP, CMUDr. Granger Morgan, EPP, CMU
Source: ITU - 2003: World Telecommunication development report 2003
Source: http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/statistics/at_glance/Internet03.pdf for 2003
“The Customers shall not disclose to any other person,
in any manner whatsoever, any information relating to …
or its Affiliates of a confidential nature obtained
in the course of availing the services through the website.
Failure to comply with this obligation shall be deemed a
serious breach of the terms herein and shall entitle … or its
Affiliates to terminate the services, without prejudice to any
damages, to which the customer may be entitled otherwise.“
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