First workshop on Default Privacy in Digital Life
Creating systems that ensure users remain by default private has proven to be a challenge. Users may be able to rescind their privacy (eg. vote selling or other forms of user coercion), data aggregation reveals hitherto hidden aspects of users (eg. location data revealing where users live/work), tools to ensure privacy (eg. Tor, PGP) are difficult to use correctly, etc.
This workshop focuses on the challenges surrounding privacy by default in all its aspects:
- formal verification of privacy claims,
- new aspects of privacy in digital life,
- usability issues related to ensuring privacy,
- privacy issues and compromises in practice,
- online and web privacy,
- privacy in social networks,
- smartphone privacy,
The workshop takes place 6-7 November in Luxembourg. More detailed information and the workshop program can be found on the Default Privacy webpage.