Researchers at the Ben-Gurion University in Israel said that by using digital “foot-in-the-door” techniques i.e requesting personal information from less important to more private, websites can successfully ask users to reveal more. Similarly, by placing requests on consecutive, separate webpages, users are more likely to reveal more data. Users can be manipulated by spreading out information requests over several pages, rather than consolidating it into one page.

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