Privacy in location-based services: a system architecture perspective

@article{Chow2009PrivacyIL,
  title={Privacy in location-based services: a system architecture perspective},
  author={Chi-Yin Chow and Mohamed F. Mokbel},
  journal={SIGSPATIAL Special},
  year={2009},
  volume={1},
  pages={23-27}
}
Location-based services (LBS, for short) are information and entertainment services that are conveniently accessible by mobile users through GPS-enabled portable devices and mobile networks (e.g., 2G/3G cellular telephone and Wi-Fi networks). Examples of LBS include resource finding (e.g., where is my nearest gas station), route finding (e.g., what is the shortest route from my current location to a shopping mall, social networking (e.g., where are my friends), and location-based gaming (e.g… CONTINUE READING
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