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The impact of ambient intelligence on every day life is anticipated to be deep and far-reaching. A critical element of ambient intelligence is awareness: computing environments become aware of the activities of humans and a lot of our fleeting daily experiences can be captured interpreted in unpredictable to us ways and recorded for future use. The spectre of an Orwellian Big Brother troubles most individuals confronted with this vision, but has not so far affected or held back the fast developments pursued by technology manufacturers worldwide. An understanding of privacy in the domain of ambient intelligence or ubiquitous computing and learning to address privacy concern is a critical element of a human centred roadmap to Ambient Intelligence.
Altman, I., (1975) The environment and social behaviour.
|N. Romero||May 04||
Petronio, S., (2001) The Boundaries of Privacy.
A collection of works by Pedersen on measuring privacy
|A. Hans||Jul 04||
(MSc Thesis) Privacy regulation as a Goal Directed Performance: the Measurement of Privacy Experiences
S. Garfinkel (1999) Database Nation
|F. Kaiser||Nov 04||
Privacy Needs in Office Environments: Development of a Behavior-Based Privacy Measure
P3P: Platform for Privacy Preferences on the WWW
|J. Khan||Jan 05||
Pretty Good Privacy
On the current status of privacy research in psychology and the contribution of Westin & Altman: Two articles by Stephen Margulis.
Common Ground Theory to Analyze Negotiation of Privacy in Awareness Systems
"Privacy and Rationality in Decision Making," Alessandro Acquisti and Jens Grossklags. IEEE Security and Privacy, 2005.
Alessandro Acquisti. Privacy in Electronic Commerce and the Economics of Immediate Gratification. Proceedings of ACM Electronic Commerce Conference (EC 04). New York, NY: ACM Press, 21-29, 2004.
Book Review: "Ethical and Social Issues in the Information Age" J.M.Kigga, Springer, 2003.
Asimov's Laws of Robotics Implications for Information Technology
Security and Privacy in User Modelling' by Jörg Schreck.
Privacy and Proportionality: Adapting Legal Evaluation Techniques to Inform Design in Ubiquitous Computing, by Giovanni Iachello and Gregory Abowd
|P. Markopulos||Dec 05||
Privacy Risk Models for Designing Ubiquitous Computing Systems, by Jason Hong, Jenifer Ng, Scott Lederer, James Landay
Participants will take turns in presenting substantial parts of literature,
e.g.,2-3 papers or half bookper session. Session should be monthly. The
co-ordinator will start the seminar series and try to adapt the participation
structure to ensure a good overview of the very broad literature on this topic
is aquired by all participants.