• Computer Science
  • Published in Pervasive 2012

Estimating People Perception of Intimacy in Daily Life from Context Data Collected with Their Mobile Phone

@inproceedings{Gustarini2012EstimatingPP,
  title={Estimating People Perception of Intimacy in Daily Life from Context Data Collected with Their Mobile Phone},
  author={Mattia Gustarini and Katarzyna Wac},
  booktitle={Pervasive 2012},
  year={2012}
}
Nowadays, personal context is extensively used in personalized mobile services. However, gathering this kind of information may compromise the privacy of the user. Moreover, the number of services that collect and share the personal context with others is growing. Yet, the users are not able to easily control what information is shared and with whom. An important step towards this goal is to understand how and when the user wants to share his personal context. The literature suggests that the… CONTINUE READING

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