Category: Personal Data

Paper Notes: Ethical Privacy Guidelines for Mobile Connectivity Measurements [Report Nov’13]

Ethical Privacy Guidelines for Mobile Connectivity Measurements is the first item on the C3S reading list, below is my brief notes on this November 2013 report by the Oxford Internet Institute. The stated purpose of this report is to inform networking researchers about the best practices for preserving data subject privacy when performing active measurement of mobile Read More

Poster for “Life on the Edge: New Abstractions for Edge Network Distributed Computing”

Here is a draft copy of the A1 poster I’ll be presenting at the 2nd Annual Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference in Oxford. The poster abstract is in a previous post. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. version 1 (9:20 11/3)   version 2 (10:50 11/3) now with left alignment of text on the left and right alignment Read More

Slides for “Life on the Edge: New Abstractions for Edge Network Distributed Computing”

Below are my draft slides for next week’s talk at the 2nd Annual Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference in Oxford. The talk abstract is in a previous post. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated (note that the speaker notes are WIP) Read More

Bring on the Databox

Last week we release a open access preprint of our first paper on the Databox on arXiv, titled “Personal Data: Thinking Inside the Box“. Despite not publishing in a peer reviewed venue, the response has been greater than we expect. Most notability we were featured in the Guardian, a British newspaper known for its pro-privacy and Read More

Personal Data: Thinking Inside the Box

Our first paper on the Databox, a personal, networked service that collates personal data and can be used to make those data available is now available (open access) on arXiv. Enjoying reading it and let me know what you think. Title: Personal Data: Thinking Inside the Box Authors: Hamed Haddadi, Heidi Howard, Amir Chaudhry, Jon Read More

Can You Engineer Privacy?

“Can You Engineer Privacy?” featured in Aug 2014 CACM has one of the best start paragraphs I have seen. Following this strong start, the article articulately introduces some of the challenge and areas of active research in privacy engineering. The article does an excellent job of presenting an cross discipline overview though the lack of reference (the typical Read More