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'My Life, Shared’-Trust and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Experience Sharing (Dagstuhl Seminar 13312)
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
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  • Authors:
    Acquisti A, Krontiris I, Langheinrich M, Sasse MA
  • Publisher:
    Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz Center for Informatics
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  • Place of publication:
    Dagstuhl, Germany
  • Pagination:
    74, 107
  • Journal:
    Dagstuhl Reports
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  • Editors:
    Acquisti A,Krontiris I,Langheinrich M,Sasse MA
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    Dagstuhl, Germany
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  • Keywords:
    Privacy, Participatory Sensing, Usability, Trust, Behavioral Economics
Many researchers have already begun using personal mobile devices as personal "sensing instruments" and designed tools that reposition individuals as producers, consumers, and remixers of a vast openly shared public data set. By empowering people to easily measure, report, and compare their own personal environment, such tools transform everyday citizens into "reporting agents" who uncover and visualize unseen elements of their own everyday experiences. This represents an important new shift in mobile device usage - from a communication tool to a "ubiquitous experience sharing instrument". This report documents the program and the outcomes of Dagstuhl Seminar 13312 "My Life, Shared" - Trust and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Experience Sharing, which brought together 33 researchers and practitioners from multiple disciplines -- including economics, psychology, sociology, as well as various fields within the discipline of computer science dealing with cryptographic feasibility, scalability and usability/acceptability -- to discuss opportunities and challenges of sharing information from the pervasive environment.
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