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PRiMMA Mobile Privacy Workshop

15 September 2010 One Comment

Organised by the investigators working on the PRiMMA project, this 1-day workshop brought together the various UK research groups working in the area of privacy and mobile applications.  The workshop was held on 23 September 2010 at Imperial College London.

The overall workshop was organised into three broad themes, with speakers presenting their ongoing research in short talks under each of these themes.  After each set of presentations there was a lively discussion about the privacy and mobile technology issues that arose in the context of the research that was presented.

Mobile Privacy Workshop
Organised by the PRiMMA Project
23 September 2010


0930   Registration and Coffee
1015   PRiMMA Project Overview, Bashar Nuseibeh
1030   Session 1: Usability aspects of managing privacy
       Using Consumer Personal Data to Improve Financial Management;
       Sacha Brostoff, University College London
1045   Situated Privacy: The Role of Identity in Context;
       Anne Adams, The Open University
1100   Impact of Real-time Feedback on Mobile Location Sharing Applications;
       Lukasz Jedrzejczyk, The Open University
1115   Mobile Privacy Experience Sampling;
       Tristan Henderson, University of St Andrews
1130   Discussion
 1215   LUNCH
1345   Session 2: Societal implications
       Privacy by Design; Ian Brown, Oxford University
1400   Communcation, Privacy and Social Relations; Adam Joinson, Bath University
1415   Evolution, Cognition, Society and Mobile Privacy; Clara Mancini, The Open University
1430   Discussion
1500   COFFEE
1530   Session 3: Privacy Policy Learning and Enforcement
       Learning Privacy Policies;
       Alessandra Russo, Imperial College London
1545   Pseudonymity is the best that you can do;
       David Evans, Cambridge University
1600   Supporting Privacy in Mobile Online Social Networks;
       Ryan Wishart, Imperial College
1615   Promoting Location Privacy;
       Daniele Quercia, Cambridge
1630   Discussion
1715   Close

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