Privacy in crowdsourcing : a systematic review

Alkharashi, Abdulwhab and Renaud, Karen; (2018) Privacy in crowdsourcing : a systematic review. In: Information Security. Lecture Notes in Computer Science . Springer-Verlag, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 387-400. ISBN 9783319991351

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    Abstract

    The advent of crowdsourcing has brought with it multiple privacy challenges. For example, essential monitoring activities, while necessary and unavoidable, also potentially compromise contributor privacy. We conducted an extensive literature review of the research related to the privacy aspects of crowdsourcing. Our investigation revealed interesting gender differences and also differences in terms of individual perceptions. We conclude by suggesting a number of future research directions.