By Sinan Shi, University College London, David De Roure, University of Oxford, Nikoleta Glynatsi, Cardiff University, Emma Tattershall, Science and Technology Facilities Council, Andrew Landells, University of Southampton, Chris Gutteridge, University of Southampton, Gary Leeming, University of Manchester.
This post is part of the Collaborations Workshops 2017 speed blogging series.
Challenges of understanding risks of privacy within a socially connected infrastructure are not well understood and constantly changing. Personal information can be private but still be accidentally shared by others and made available more widely. One of the largest challenges for privacy is the lack of understanding of what that data could be used for now, and as more data are collected and made available future purposes become even more difficult to predict. Often, seemingly innocuous data sets can be used to derive more private data, such as the waking times and other habits of…Continue Reading