PrivacySensitivityInUbiqSensing

PrivacySensitivityInUbiqSensing - An Architecture for...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/25/11 An Architecture for Privacy-Sensitive Ubiquitous Computing By Jason I-An Hong In MobiSYS ’04: Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on mobile systems, applications, and services Presented by Vignesh Saravanaperumal
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8/25/11 Ubiquitous computing ? Ubiquitous computing is the method of enhancing computer use by making many computers available throughout the physical environment, but making them effectively invisible to the user Mark Weiser Ubiquitous computing, or calm technology, is a paradigm shift where technology becomes virtually invisible in our lives. XEROX PARC 1980
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8/25/11 Risk Ø everyday ones - Intrusions from overprotective Benefits Ø Helping patients with Alzheimer’s disease
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8/25/11 Work done so Far Security based on Ø providing anonymity Ø Secrecy The missing one was Ø Personal Privacy
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8/25/11 Objective of the paper The goal of this paper is to empower people with choice and informed consent, so that they can choose to share the right information, with the right people and services, in the right situations Confab Toolkit
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8/25/11 So why was the delay? Problems Ø Difficulty in analyzing the privacy needs of end users Ø Difficulty faced in designing effective user interfaces for Privacy Ø Difficulty faced in implementing privacy-sensitive systems Con Fab A comprehensive set of end-user needs were gathered from a variety of sources. These include scenario-based interviews that they conducted to understand the range of privacy concerns with respect to Ubicomp applications.
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