Towards Everyday Privacy for Ubiquitous Computing

Abstract

The goal of everyday privacy is to make it easy for endusers to share information with the right people at the right level of detail in ubiquitous computing environments. In this paper, we describe a conceptual model we have developed for everyday privacy, consisting of control over and feedback about disclosure. We also describe a prototype we have created for helping end-users manage their personal privacy, an evaluation of that prototype, and a revised prototype based on feedback from the evaluation.

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@inproceedings{Lederer2003TowardsEP, title={Towards Everyday Privacy for Ubiquitous Computing}, author={Scott Lederer and Jason I. Hong and Xiaodong Jiang and Anind K. Dey and James A. Landay and Jennifer Mankoff}, year={2003} }