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Title: Practical privacy-aware opportunistic networking
Authors: Parris, Iain
Henderson, Tristan
Keywords: Opportunistic networking
Privacy
Social networks
Routing protocols
QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Issue Date: 5-Jul-2011
Citation: Parris , I & Henderson , T 2011 , ' Practical privacy-aware opportunistic networking ' Paper presented at British HCI Doctoral Consortium , Newcastle , United Kingdom , 5/07/11 - 5/07/11 , .
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Abstract: Opportunistic networks have been the study of much research — in particular on making end-to-end routing efficient. Users’ privacy concerns, however, have not been the subject of much research. What privacy concerns might opportunistic network users have? Is it possible to build opportunistic networks that can mitigate users’ privacy concerns while maintaining routing performance? Our work-to-date has tackled the problem of creating privacy-preserving routing protocols, with less emphasis on discovering users’ actual privacy concerns. We summarise our current results, and describe a future experiment that we have planned to better understand users’ privacy concerns.
Version: Preprint
Status: Peer reviewed
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10023/2011
http://hci2011.co.uk/site/doctoral-consortium/
Type: Conference paper
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