Privacy Expectations and Preferences in an IoT World

@inproceedings{Naeini2017PrivacyEA,
  title={Privacy Expectations and Preferences in an IoT World},
  author={Pardis Emami Naeini and Sruti Bhagavatula and Hana Habib and Martin Degeling and Lujo Bauer and Lorrie Faith Cranor and Norman M. Sadeh},
  booktitle={SOUPS},
  year={2017}
}
With the rapid deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and the variety of ways in which IoT-connected sensors collect and use personal data, there is a need for transparency, control, and new tools to ensure that individual privacy requirements are met. To develop these tools, it is important to better understand how people feel about the privacy implications of IoT and the situations in which they prefer to be notified about data collection. We report on a 1,007-participant… CONTINUE READING
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