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  • Applying contextual integrity to the study of social network sites 

    Hutton, Luke (University of St Andrews, 2015-11-30) - Thesis
    Social network sites (SNSs) have become very popular, with more than 1.39 billion people using Facebook alone. The ability to share large amounts of personal information with these services, such as location traces, ...
  • Facebook or Fakebook? : The effects of simulated mobile applications on simulated mobile networks 

    Parris, Iain Siraj; Ben Abdesslem, Fehmi; Henderson, Tristan (2012) - Journal article
    The credibility of mobile ad hoc network simulations depends on accurate characterisations of user behaviour, e.g., mobility and application usage. If simulated nodes communicate at different rates to real nodes, or move ...
  • Practical privacy and security for opportunistic networks 

    Parris, Iain (University of St Andrews, 2014-12-01) - Thesis
    When in physical proximity, data can be directly exchanged between the mobile devices people carry - for example over Bluetooth. If people cooperate to store, carry and forward messages on one another's behalf, then an ...
  • Practical privacy-aware opportunistic networking 

    Parris, Iain; Henderson, Tristan (2011-07-05) - Conference paper
    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 ...
  • Privacy-enhanced social-network routing 

    Parris, Iain Siraj; Henderson, Tristan (2012-01-01) - Journal article
    Opportunistic networking—forwarding messages in a disconnected mobile ad hoc network via any encountered nodes — offers a new mechanism for exploiting the mobile devices that many users now carry. Forwarding messages in ...
  • Targeted advertising on the handset : Privacy and security challenges 

    Haddadi, Hamed; Hui, Pan; Henderson, Tristan; Brown, Ian (Springer, 2011) - Book item
    Online advertising is currently a rich source of revenue for many Internet giants. With the ever-increasing number of smart phones, there is a fertile market for personalised and localised advertising. A key benefit of ...
  • Understanding ethical concerns in social media privacy studies 

    McNeilly, Sam; Hutton, Luke; Henderson, Tristan (2013-02-23) - Conference item
    There are myriad ethical considerations with conducting social media studies, in particular those investigating privacy concerns in such sites. We are interested in understanding how to address these concerns, and in ...