Smart Technologies - Workshop on Challenges and Trends for Privacy in a Hyper-connected World

  title={Smart Technologies - Workshop on Challenges and Trends for Privacy in a Hyper-connected World},
  author={Andreas Baur-Ahrens and Felix Bieker and Michael Friedewald and Christian L. Geminn and Marit Hansen and Murat Karaboga and Hannah Obersteller},
  booktitle={Privacy and Identity Management},
In this workshop we addressed what it means to live in a smart world with particular regard to privacy. Together with the audience, we discussed the impacts of smart devices on individuals and society. The workshop was therefore interdisciplinary by design and brought together different perspectives including technology, data protection and law, ethics and regulation. In four presentations, a range of issues, trends and challenges stemming from smart devices in general and smart cars in… 


Regulating the Internet of Things: First Steps Toward Managing Discrimination, Privacy, Security & Consent
This Article is the first legal work to describe the new connected world the authors are creating, address these four interrelated problems, and propose concrete first steps for a regulatory approach to the Internet of Things.
The digital future - A challenge for privacy?
  • R. Weber
  • Computer Science
    Comput. Law Secur. Rev.
  • 2015
The Governance of Privacy: Policy Instruments in Global Perspective
Privacy protection, according to Colin Bennett and Charles Raab, involves politics and public policy as much as it does law and technology. Moreover, the protection of our personal information in a
Internet of Things
The fields of application for IoT technologies are as numerous as they are diverse, as IoT solutions are increasingly extending to virtually all areas of everyday.
State of the Art and Future Trends in Distributed Systems and Ubiquitous Computing
The vision of Ubiquitous Computing and future networked smart devices including techniques such as RFID tags (or "smart labels") are explained and issues in spontaneous networking, service discovery, and related concepts are discussed.
Living in a World of Smart Everyday Objects—Social, Economic, and Ethical Implications
This article is a first attempt to classify the social, economic, and ethical implications of this development of Pervasive Computing and ambient intelligence.
Sensor Mania! The Internet of Things, Wearable Computing, Objective Metrics, and the Quantified Self 2.0
  • M. Swan
  • Computer Science
    J. Sens. Actuator Networks
  • 2012
This paper provides a comprehensive review of the current and rapidly emerging ecosystem of the Internet of Things (IOT) and outlines four critical functional steps: data creation, information generation, meaning-making, and action-taking.
Connected Cars
  • H. Holland
  • Computer Science
    Dialogmarketing und Kundenbindung mit Connected Cars
  • 2018
The growing amount of personal data generated by connected cars raises the interest of insurers, automakers, law enforcement authorities and other third parties.
That ‘Internet of Things’ Thing
Jun 22, 2009—I could be wrong, but I'm fairly sure the phrase "Internet of Things" started life as the title of a presentation I made at Procter & Gamble (P&G) in 1999. Linking the new idea of RFID