Free to Fly in Public Spaces: Drone Controllers' Privacy Perceptions and Practices

@inproceedings{Yao2017FreeTF,
  title={Free to Fly in Public Spaces: Drone Controllers' Privacy Perceptions and Practices},
  author={Yaxing Yao and Huichuan Xia and Yun Huang and Yang Wang},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2017}
}
Prior research has discovered various privacy concerns that bystanders have about drones. However, little is known about drone controllers' privacy perceptions and practices of drones. Understanding controllers' perspective is important because it will inform whether controllers' current practices protect or infringe on bystanders' privacy and what mechanisms could be designed to better address the potential privacy issues of drones. In this paper, we report results from interviews of 12 drone… CONTINUE READING
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