Privacy and contextual integrity: framework and applications

@article{Barth2006PrivacyAC,
  title={Privacy and contextual integrity: framework and applications},
  author={A. Barth and Anupam Datta and John C. Mitchell and H. Nissenbaum},
  journal={2006 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S\&P'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={15 pp.-198}
}
Contextual integrity is a conceptual framework for understanding privacy expectations and their implications developed in the literature on law, public policy, and political philosophy. We formalize some aspects of contextual integrity in a logical framework for expressing and reasoning about norms of transmission of personal information. In comparison with access control and privacy policy frameworks such as RBAC, EPAL, and P3P, these norms focus on who personal information is about, how it is… Expand
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