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New paper accepted to ACM Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST)

We have a new paper accepted to ACM Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST): “Analyzing and Optimizing Access Control Choice Architectures in Online Social Networks”. The paper’s writing was led…

New project with Singapore Management University and Tel Aviv Computer Science

Our lab was awarded a grant from the collaboration program by Singapore’s National Research Foundation (NRF) and Israel’s Tel Aviv University’s Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center (TAU-ICRC). You…

Our paper is nominated for best paper award at HICSS

Our paper, “Understanding the Valuation of Location Privacy: a Crowdsourcing-Based Approach“, by Maija Poikela and Eran Toch, was nominated for the best paper award at HICSS’50! We didn’t win,…

Very happy to celebrate our new lab sign

Very happy to celebrate our new lab sign! It is located in the middle of the Israeli “Balagan”, but that is how we like it. The lab, IWiT,…

A lecture about location privacy in the 57th Israeli Conference of the Israeli Geographical Association

On Monday the 26th, Eran will be speaking at the 57th Israeli Conference of the Israeli Geographical Association. The talk, at the Geography of Privacy Session, will be…

Video: Privacy and the State of the Art of Big Medical Data

The videos from the Monash-TAU Joint Workshop on Big Medical Data are out and are highly relevant to anyone who is interesting in the state of the art of…

Analyzing Crowd-sourced Delivery Startup: A poster presented at Share-Israel Conference

Amit will present our poster “Analyzing Crowd-sourced Delivery Startup” at the Share-Israel conference. At the poster, we tell the story of a crowd-source delivery service that operates a…