Future Lab: Protecting Privacy, Making the Invisible Visible

November 29th, 2010 |
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A seamless and ubiquitous computing experience on the Internet also requires the user to take on a certain amount of risk that personal information would get into the wrong hands. Computer scientists are developing tools that protect a user’s privacy. In this Future Lab podcast, researchers discuss some of these tools as well as concepts that can help mitigate the unauthorized use of private information.

Interviewees:
Mike Liebhold, Senior Researcher, Distinguished Fellow, Institute for the Future
Sophia Wang, PhD student, Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington
Miro Enev, PhD student, Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington
Jaeyeon Jung, Research Scientist, Intel Labs (Seattle)
Sunny Consolvo, Research Scientist, Intel Labs (Seattle)

Papers:
TaintDroid: An Information-Flow Tracking System for Realtime Privacy Monitoring on Smartphones

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