24 April 2006
11:30 - 13:00
Paper Putting People in their Place: An Anonymous and Privacy-Sensitive Approach to Collecting Sensed Data in Location-Based Applications
Presents a privacy risk analysis of hitchhiking, a new approach to end-user privacy in location-based applications. Hitchhiking is location-centric, using mobile devices to collect sensed information from locations people visit.
Note Advancing Ambiguity
Examines the use of ambiguity as a resource for personal communication systems by overturning primary assumptions. Proposes guidelines for designers and evaluators in reconceptualizing ambiguity in everyday interactions.
Note Girls, Technology and Privacy: "Is my mother listening?"
Describes the results of research with teenage girls to understand privacy practices supported by technology. Provides example of the use of photoblogs as a tool for gathering research data.
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