SurroundWeb: Mitigating Privacy Concerns in a 3D Web Browser

@article{Vilk2015SurroundWebMP,
  title={SurroundWeb: Mitigating Privacy Concerns in a 3D Web Browser},
  author={John Vilk and David Molnar and Benjamin Livshits and Eyal Ofek and Christopher J. Rossbach and Alexander Moshchuk and Helen J. Wang and Ran Gal},
  journal={2015 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy},
  year={2015},
  pages={431-446}
}
Immersive experiences that mix digital and real-world objects are becoming reality, but they raise serious privacy concerns as they require real-time sensor input. These experiences are already present on smartphones and game consoles via Kinect, and will eventually emerge on the web platform. However, browsers do not expose the display interfaces needed to render immersive experiences. Previous security research focuses on controlling application access to sensor input alone, and do not deal… CONTINUE READING

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