Privacy Challenges in Smart Devices

@inproceedings{Olejnik2016PrivacyCI,
  title={Privacy Challenges in Smart Devices},
  author={Katarzyna Olejnik},
  year={2016}
}
The number of smart devices around us continues to increase as we enter the era of ubiquitous computing. These devices typically use various sensors, store data about the user, and connect to the Internet. They are also very personal: we bring them around with us, or have them in our homes or workplaces. As a result, these devices pose novel privacy risks. The most prominent example of such a device is the smartphone. Our research goal is to identify these privacy risks and propose solutions… CONTINUE READING

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