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Towards Privacy in Personal Data Management

P.S. Efraimidis, G. Drosatos, F. Nalbadis, A. Tasidou
2008 2008 Panhellenic Conference on Informatics  
We present a personal data management framework called Polis, which abides by the following principle: Every individual has absolute control over her personal data, which reside only at her own side.  ...  Preliminary results indicate that beyond the apparent advantages of such an environment for users' privacy, everyday transactions remain both feasible and straightforward.  ...  In particular, privacy sensitive management of personal data in ubiquitous computing is discussed in [14] , storing personal data in an individual's mobile device is examined in [15] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/pci.2008.11 dblp:conf/pci/EfraimidisDNT08 fatcat:ydrvkg5h4vfnfpkjogxzizbpia

Towards privacy in personal data management

Pavlos S. Efraimidis, Georgios Drosatos, Fotis Nalbadis, Aimilia Tasidou
2009 Information Management & Computer Security  
We present a personal data management framework called Polis, which abides by the following principle: Every individual has absolute control over her personal data, which reside only at her own side.  ...  Preliminary results indicate that beyond the apparent advantages of such an environment for users' privacy, everyday transactions remain both feasible and straightforward.  ...  In particular, privacy sensitive management of personal data in ubiquitous computing is discussed in [14] , storing personal data in an individual's mobile device is examined in [15] .  ... 
doi:10.1108/09685220910993971 fatcat:ffduzg5u6nam7ix4xdinmm6mji

Towards Privacy by Design in Personal e-Health Systems

George Drosatos, Pavlos S. Efraimidis, Garrath Williams, Eleni Kaldoudi
2016 Proceedings of the 9th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies  
This paper presents an analysis of personal e-health systems and identifies privacy issues as a first step towards a 'privacy by design' methodology and practical guidelines.  ...  Personal e-health systems are the next generation of e-health applications and their goal is to assist patients in managing their disease and to help both patients and healthy people maintain behaviours  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was supported by the FP7-ICT project CARRE (No. 611140), funded in part by the European Commission.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005821404720477 dblp:conf/biostec/DrosatosEWK16 fatcat:cosymkrelna2ffvjxrkwdlhv24

A Privacy Agent in Context-Aware Ubiquitous Computing Environments [chapter]

Ni Zhang, Chris Todd
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper targets personal privacy protection in context-aware ubiquitous computing environments.  ...  It proposes a privacy agent technology to help notify people of relevant information disclosure, and to empower them to manage privacy with relative ease.  ...  Privacy Vocabulary and Privacy Rule Ontology Privacy agent is designed to relieve people from the burden of managing their privacy preferences toward dynamic context-aware environments, in addition to  ... 
doi:10.1007/11909033_18 fatcat:pikim2iopfbgzh67qqlurj737q

Analyzing the analytics: data privacy concerns

Maria Petrescu, Anjala S. Krishen
2018 Journal of Marketing Analytics  
The Facebook and Cambridge Analytica incident is just one example in a string of events in recent years that underlines the difficulties of managing information and data privacy in the digital environment  ...  However, the issues confronting data breaches and privacy in practice could be affecting researchers' attitudes towards sharing data and putting more effort into knowing data standards and curation issues  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41270-018-0034-x fatcat:hq5n7zi2nvc6dgv7udwbg5rmyy

Protecting Personal Medical Information: Asian Perspectives

Suhaila Samsuri, Zuraini Ismail, Rabiah Ahmad
2013 International Journal of Computer and Communication Engineering  
In order to tackle the issue of privacy concern over the personal information management system, this paper begins with the gathering of views on information privacy and how culture has influenced among  ...  In accordance to the culture dimension theory of Hofstede, it attempts to reveal the perception and concern of several Asian countries towards the privacy of their personal medical information.  ...  Murata [37] also criticized the relevance of information privacy concept as described by Westin in the digital data management technologies.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijcce.2013.v2.228 fatcat:ferrttc76zaazoel4v5m3kiqxe

Towards Implementing a Privacy Policy: An Observation on Existing Practices in Hospital Information System

Suhaila Samsuri, Rabiah Ahmad, Zuraini Ismail
2011 Journal of e-Health Management  
Therefore, a preliminary observation has been conducted to review the current privacy implementations in management of personal health information at Malaysian government hospitals.  ...  In order to safeguard the confidentiality and sensitivity of personal health information belongs to individual, a privacy law is needed to be in place.  ...  intention towards a paperless-based information management.  ... 
doi:10.5171/2011.345834 fatcat:cxkmjtd3gnbwbhbgsmaatf5yje

Individual Online Privacy Managementamong Polish Internet Users � Outlineof Issues and Research Review

Malwina Popiołek, Maciej Czaplewski
2017 Nordic and Baltic Journal of Information and Communications Technologies  
The paper describes an outline of selected issues connected with online privacy management in Poland.  ...  It also shows the legal status concerning privacy regulations in Poland.  ...  In the literature we can find examples of interesting analyzes with the aim to diagnose attitudes towards privacy.  ... 
doi:10.13052/nbjict1902-097x.2017.003 fatcat:ykgouklyrfd2vpwqep2hylfnbm

"I'm not a kid anymore!" Towards a teen-centric approach of online privacy management

Isabell Koinig
2020 Medien Journal  
This goes hand in hand with individual privacy management.  ...  It sets out to investigate the importance adolescents attribute to online privacy, which is likely to influence their willingness to disclose data.  ...  In general, privacy describes "a state of limited access to a person" (Schoeman, 1984) respectively "[personal] data" (Smith et al., 2011) and is regarded as the "selective control of access to the  ... 
doi:10.24989/medienjournal.v44i1.1922 fatcat:khbhzssjifdt5i2rksdkjc37my

Personality-based privacy management for location-sharing in diverse subpopulations

Xinru Page, Alfred Kobsa
2011 Proceedings of the 2011 iConference on - iConference '11  
validate a scale that 1) assesses an individual's main privacy concerns towards location-sharing technology, and 2) measures personality traits relevant to privacy management.  ...  Researchers in the area of privacy management often suggest to provide users with a collection of privacy settings and good defaults for them.  ...  Privacy scales often focus on data protection [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1940761.1940890 dblp:conf/iconference/PageK11 fatcat:jnb57egl55cajlaml3bps6gxre

Consumer Personality, Privacy Concerns and Usage of Location-Based Services (LBS)

Soo Hin
2015 Journal of Economics Business and Management  
This paper examines the effects of the Big Five personality traits on concern for information privacy (CFIP) and the effects of the formulated concern for information privacy towards perceived risk, which  ...  He is currently involved in general mobility consultation, human resource management and cross-cultural communications.  ...  scales in determining concerns towards privacy practices of organisations.  ... 
doi:10.7763/joebm.2015.v3.316 fatcat:p42pfwy5a5hdtb3iyq2mqsvpjy

Permissioned Blockchains: Towards Privacy Management and Data Regulation Compliance [chapter]

Paulo Henrique Alves, Isabella Z. Frajhof, Fernando A. Correia, Clarisse De Souza, Helio Lopes
2020 Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications  
This implies the need for broadly collecting and using personal and sensitive data, which raises the complexity of data protection and privacy challenges.  ...  Data privacy and protection has been a trending topic in recent years. The COVID 19 pandemic has brought about additional challenges and tensions.  ...  In any case, data controllers must abide to the law's principles, rights, safeguards and act in good faith. From a technology perspective, data privacy management is challenging.  ... 
doi:10.3233/faia200866 fatcat:b4lggc3oy5brtp4c6jfreyfx6i

Impact of Privacy Law on National Research Data Repositories in South Africa

Nobubele Angel Shozi
2019 Zenodo  
A number of countries around the world have instituted privacy laws that relate to how personal information and data is governed.  ...  The impact of the POPI act towards the national research data repositories in South Africa such as DIRISA need to be investigated to ensure that national research data repositories meet the requirements  ...  the "developing countries". • Rise in privacy laws in Africa = Importance of data is realised. • The effect of these privacy laws on national data repositories of countries is something that in the South  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3554096 fatcat:f3qi5356s5gmliyj3jhq2yo5tm

Information privacy concern at individual, group, organization and societal level - a literature review

Dillip Kumar Rath, Ajit Kumar
2021 Vilakshan – XIMB Journal of Management  
Consumers' attitude towards information privacy concerns have enlightened and addressed at individual levels in numerous domains.  ...  Originality/value In this paper, the authors have posited that it will help the researchers to more focus at group level privacy perspective in the information privacy era.  ...  Information privacy is defined as the right of an individual over the personal data, who can manage the data and takes decision to what extent the personal data would communicate to others (Westin and  ... 
doi:10.1108/xjm-08-2020-0096 fatcat:cbr5gicjyvcb5gfwejbwfkuu5m

Editorial: The state of online self-disclosure in an era of commodified privacy

Michel Walrave, Sonja Utz, Alexander Schouten, Wannes Heirman
2016 Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberpspace  
We hope that this special issue will inspire privacy debates about online disclosure and the use of personal information as well as further research in these issues.  ...  We would also like to thank the editors and editorial assistant of Cyberpsychology for the swift collaboration in preparing this special issue.  ...  Similar to paper 3, this work alludes to the recent shift in privacy literature from individual to collaborative privacy practices in managing personal information online.  ... 
doi:10.5817/cp2016-1-1 fatcat:kylz7dung5ayfobnknc7ceipgy
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