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A privacy by design approach to lifelogging

Authors: 

Cathal Gurrin, Rami Albatal, Hideo JOHO, Kaori ISHII

Publication Type: 
Book Chapter
Abstract: 
Technologies that enable us to capture and publish data with ease are likely to pose new concerns about privacy of the individual. In this article we exam- ine the privacy implications of lifelogging, a new concept being explored by early adopters, which utilises wearable devices to generate a media rich archive of their life experience. The concept of privacy and the privacy implications of lifelogging are presented and discussed in terms of the four key actors in the lifelogging uni- verse. An initial privacy-aware lifelogging framework, based on the key principles of privacy by design is presented and motivated. 10.3233/978-1-61499-450-3-49
Detail of Publication: 
http://ebooks.iospress.nl/book/digital-enlightenment-yearbook-2014-social-networks-and-social-machines-surveillance-and-empowerment
Publication Date: 
22/04/2014
Research Group: 
Institution: 
Dublin City University (DCU)
Open access repository: 
Yes