Participatory privacy: Enabling privacy in participatory sensing

@article{Cristofaro2013ParticipatoryPE,
  title={Participatory privacy: Enabling privacy in participatory sensing},
  author={Emiliano De Cristofaro and Claudio Soriente},
  journal={IEEE Network},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={32-36}
}
Participatory sensing is an emerging computing paradigm that enables the distributed collection of data by self-selected participants. It allows the increasing number of mobile phone users to share local knowledge acquired by their sensor-equipped devices (e.g., to monitor temperature, pollution level, or consumer pricing information). While research initiatives and prototypes proliferate, their real-world impact is often bounded to comprehensive user participation. If users have no incentive… CONTINUE READING
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