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Understanding and capturing people’s privacy policies in a mobile social networking application
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We report on our work on PeopleFinder, an application that enables cell phone and laptop users to selectively share their locations with others (e.g. friends, family, and colleagues). Expand
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Development and evaluation of emerging design patterns for ubiquitous computing
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We develop an initial and emerging pattern language for ubiquitous computing, consisting of 45 pre-patterns describing application genres, physical-virtual spaces, interaction and systems techniques for managing privacy, and techniques for fluid interactions. Expand
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The impact of pre-patterns on the design of digital home applications
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This paper extends previous research by exploring the impact of pre-patterns and tools to support pre- pattern exploration for the domain of ubiquitous computing in the home. Expand
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User-Controllable Security and Privacy for Pervasive Computing
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We describe our current work in developing novel mechanisms for managing security and privacy in pervasive computing environments, including a contextual instant messenger, a people finder application, and a phone-based application for access control. Expand
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Understanding and Capturing People’s Privacy Policies in a People Finder Application
s of CHI 2003, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Fort Lauderdale, FL. pp. 724-725 2003. 20. Palen, L. and P. Dourish, Unpacking "Privacy" for a Networked World. CHI Letters (HumanExpand
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User-Controllable Security and Privacy for Pervasive Computing
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We describe our current work in developing novel mechanisms for managing security and privacy in pervasive computing environments. Expand
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