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Trends in location privacy: what has been achieved and where are we heading?

Dr. Lars Kulik, University of Melbourne, Australia

In this talk I will survey a few prominent computational approaches to location privacy, discuss whether or not people care about location privacy, report a few potential attacks to location privacy, and explore how to measure location privacy. I will also focus on recent trends in location privacy, in particular safeguarding location privacy in tracking applications and during the continuous access of location-based services. The talk will also introduce a couple of new ways to safeguard privacy such as negative data representations.

Date: 25.06.2009

Time: 16:00 h

Location: Rotunde Cartesium, Enrique-Schmidt-Str. 5, Universität Bremen

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