Confidential carbon commuting: exploring a privacy-sensitive architecture for incentivising 'greener' commuting

@inproceedings{Elsmore2012ConfidentialCC,
  title={Confidential carbon commuting: exploring a privacy-sensitive architecture for incentivising 'greener' commuting},
  author={Chris Elsmore and Anil Madhavapeddy and Ian H. Leslie and Amir Chaudhry},
  booktitle={MPM '12},
  year={2012}
}
We discuss the problem of building a user-acceptable infrastructure for a large organisation that wishes to measure its employees' travel-to-work carbon footprint, based on the gathering of high resolution geolocation data on employees in a privacy-sensitive manner. This motivated the construction of a distributed system of personal containers in which individuals record fine-grained location information into a private data-store which they own, and from which they can trade portions of data to… CONTINUE READING

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