Viewer Experience of Obscuring Scene Elements in Photos to Enhance Privacy

@inproceedings{Hasan2018ViewerEO,
  title={Viewer Experience of Obscuring Scene Elements in Photos to Enhance Privacy},
  author={Rakibul Hasan and Eman T. Hassan and Yifang Li and Kelly Caine and David J. Crandall and Roberto Hoyle and Apu Kapadia},
  booktitle={CHI '18},
  year={2018}
}
  • Rakibul Hasan, Eman T. Hassan, +4 authors Apu Kapadia
  • Published in CHI '18 2018
  • Computer Science
  • With the rise of digital photography and social networking, people are sharing personal photos online at an unprecedented rate. In addition to their main subject matter, photographs often capture various incidental information that could harm people's privacy. While blurring and other image filters may help obscure private content, they also often affect the utility and aesthetics of the photos, which is important since images shared in social media are mainly for human consumption. Existing… CONTINUE READING

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