Issue No. 03 - July-Sept. (2017 vol. 16)
Jason Hong , Carnegie Mellon University
This roadmap for privacy research in ubiquitous and pervasive computing for the next decade highlights some key challenges and opportunities. The work is organized using two different lenses. The first looks at privacy from the perspective of devices, characterizing privacy based on different tiers of devices. The second examines privacy from the perspective of different entities involved with privacy, mapping out an ecosystem for privacy. The author argues that, today, too much of the burden of privacy is on users. To achieve a sustainable ecosystem, we need to develop new ways of shifting this burden to other entities, such as developers, service providers, governments, and third parties. This article is part of a special issue on pervasive computing revisited.
Privacy, Ubiquitous computing, Pervasive computing, Sensors, Computer security, Data privacy, Smart phones
J. Hong, "The Privacy Landscape of Pervasive Computing," in IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 40-48, 2017.