Cultural Influences on Personal Data Disclosure Decisions – Russian Perspectives

26 Pages Posted: 10 May 2022

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Daniela Wawra

University of Passau

Katharina Kindsmüller

University of Passau

Memoona Tawfiq

University of Passau

Vanessa Vollenschier

University of Passau

Franziska Walbert

University of Passau

Lisa Woldrich

University of Passau

Date Written: March 2022

Abstract

This paper gives an overview of survey findings from Russia on central parameters that can influence people’s willingness to share (WTS) personal data. It provides insights into Russian mentalities with regard to data disclosure on a macro level and thus into the cultural preconditions of information governance. This ‘country report’ is one of several that have been compiled in the interdisciplinary project Vectors of data disclosure – A comparative study of the use of personal data from a legal, cultural studies, and information systems perspective, funded by the Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation.

Keywords: Culture, Data Disclosure, Digitalization, Information Governance, Privacy, Russia, Willingness to Share (WTS) Data

Suggested Citation

Wawra, Daniela and Kindsmüller, Katharina and Tawfiq, Memoona and Vollenschier, Vanessa and Walbert, Franziska and Woldrich, Lisa, Cultural Influences on Personal Data Disclosure Decisions – Russian Perspectives (March 2022). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4079628 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4079628

Daniela Wawra (Contact Author)

University of Passau ( email )

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Passau, 94032
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Katharina Kindsmüller

University of Passau

Germany

Memoona Tawfiq

University of Passau

Germany

Vanessa Vollenschier

University of Passau

Germany

Franziska Walbert

University of Passau

Germany

Lisa Woldrich

University of Passau

Germany

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