Three new papers by my group were recently accepted to various conferences.
In “Retrospective Privacy – Managing Longitudinal Privacy in Online Social Networks“, Oshrat Rave Ayalon looks at something we all battle with from time to time: what do we want to do with old information on Facebook. Do we still want to share it? Do we want to archive it?
In “Locality and Privacy in People-Nearby Applications“, we look at privacy concerns of users of applications that allow finding new social relations nearby.
In “The Price Is Right? Economic Value of Location Sharing“, we ask the following question: how much should we ask in return when a restaurant, for example, asks us to “like” them on Facebook?