This trend has largely contributed to the erosion of information privacy on the Internet.The trade-off of privacy is happening in multiple ways, with the two of the biggest phenomena being sharing on social media and trusting e-commerce websites with sensitive information.
Although, generally speaking, the media should not interfere in people’s private lives, there are times when it is correct to do so.
It is also fair for the media to show contradictions between a famous people’s private and public lives.
A further point is that media such as TV or papers are meeting a demand.
Through three complementary essays, privacy-related user behavior and their antecedents have been investigated in the contexts of social media and e-commerce.
These essays also demonstrate different methodologies and approaches for researching privacy on the Internet.