Robert P. Minch

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Location awareness, the ability to determine geographical position, is an emerging technology with both significant benefits and important privacy implications for users of mobile devices such as cell phones and PDAs. Location is determined either internally by a device or externally by systems and networks with which the device interacts, and the resultant(More)
Executive Summary Universities face two important challenges in educating the IT workers of tomorrow. First, aside from occasional economic downturns, the number of graduates in programs such as computer science and management information systems has been inadequate to meet worldwide industry demand. Second, teaching methods have been slow to evolve to meet(More)
Issues in the development of location privacy theory are identified and organized based on both technological considerations and more general privacy theories. Three broad categories containing six issues are described: location (including sensing methods and location properties), privacy (including definition and subject identification), and information(More)