Issue No. 01 - January-March (2003 vol. 2)
Ginger Myles , University of Arizona
Adrian Friday , Lancaster University
Nigel Davies , University of Arizona and Lancaster University
<p>The increase in location-based applications makes protecting personal location information a major challenge. Users must be able to control their location privacy but should be able to do so without constant intervention--that is, they should be freed from having to click "ok" whenever an application requests access to their location information. The article describes a system that lets users automate control of their location information, thereby minimizing the extent to which the system intrudes on their lives.</p>
Location-Based Applications, location privacy, LocServ
A. Friday, G. Myles and N. Davies, "Preserving Privacy in Environments with Location-Based Applications," in IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 2, no. , pp. 56-64, 2003.