A Context-Aware Privacy Policy Language for Controlling Access to Context Information of Mobile Users

@inproceedings{Behrooz2011ACP,
  title={A Context-Aware Privacy Policy Language for Controlling Access to Context Information of Mobile Users},
  author={Alireza Behrooz and Alisa Devlic},
  booktitle={MobiSec},
  year={2011}
}
This paper introduces a Context-aware Privacy Policy Language (CPPL) that enables mobile users to control who can access their context information, at what detail, and in which situation by specifying their contextaware privacy rules. Context-aware privacy rules map a set of privacy rules to one or more user's situations, in which these rules are valid. Each time a user's situation changes, a list of valid rules is updated, leaving only a subset of the specified rules to be evaluated by a… CONTINUE READING
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