CFIP

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AcronymDefinition
CFIPCertified Forensic Investigation Professional (accreditation)
CFIPCanadian Farm Income Program
CFIPCertified Fixed Income Practitioner
CFIPChamber of Furniture Industries of the Philippines
CFIPCalifornia Forest Improvement Program (California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection)
CFIPChina Federation of IT (Information Technology) Promotion
CFIPConcern for Information Privacy
CFIPColloque Francophone en Ingénierie des Protocoles
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Segars, "An empirical examination of the concern for information privacy instrument," Inf.
Smith, Milberg and Burke (1996) proposed that an individual's concern for information privacy (CFIP) is a general concern about how organisations use and protect personal information.
Smith, Milberg and Burke also proposed that information collection is one of the four dimensions of people's concern for information privacy. Stewart and Segars (2002) argued that people's privacy concerns might relate to specific information practices, including methods of collection.