Framework Based on Privacy Policy Hiding for Preventing Unauthorized Face Image Processing

Abstract

We put forward a framework to address a problem created by the rapidly spreading use of imaging devices and related to involuntarily or unintentionally photographed individuals: their pictures can accumulate additional meta information via face recognition systems and can be manually tagged via social networks and publishing platforms. With this framework a user can express his/her picture privacy policy in a machine readable format and (to some extent) automatically enforce it. An easily understandable flag system is used to define restrictions on picture usage and linkability. This policy is encoded in an unobtrusive way into wardrobe patterns and accessory designs with almost no impact on apparel appearance or social interaction.

DOI: 10.1109/SMC.2013.83

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@inproceedings{Dabrowski2013FrameworkBO, title={Framework Based on Privacy Policy Hiding for Preventing Unauthorized Face Image Processing}, author={Adrian Dabrowski and Edgar R. Weippl and Isao Echizen}, booktitle={SMC}, year={2013} }