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The Privacy Coach: Supporting customer privacy in the Internet of Things

@article{Broenink2010ThePC,
  title={The Privacy Coach: Supporting customer privacy in the Internet of Things},
  author={Gerben Broenink and Jaap-Henk Hoepman and Christian van 't Hof and Rob Van Kranenburg and David Smits and T.H.A. Wisman},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2010},
  volume={abs/1001.4459}
}
The Privacy Coach is an application running on a mobile phone that supports customers in making privacy decisions when confronted with RFID tags. The approach we take to increase customer privacy is a radical departure from the mainstream research efforts that focus on implementing privacy enhancing technologies on the RFID tags themselves. Instead the Privacy Coach functions as a mediator between customer privacy preferences and corporate privacy policies, trying to find a match between the… 

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