Thursday, February 28, 2013
TIME: Noon - 1:00 pm
PLACE: CIC 4th Floor - ISTC Panther Hollow Conference Room
SPEAKER: Jaeyeon Jung, Microsoft Research
TITLE: Consumer Privacy Protection on Mobile Devices
I first present our recent twenty person, three week field study in which we measured Android applications' collection of personal information and collected participants’ qualitative feedback on the exposure of their own data. I discuss limitations of the current mobile ecosystem that permitted "unexpected use" of privacy-sensitive information, including ineffective permission request dialogs, lack of data flow feedback to users, and little technical support to app developers for “privacy debugging”. I present early results of my ongoing projects to address some of these issues.
Jaeyeon Jung is a researcher at Microsoft Research. Her current research focus is to develop new mechanisms to improve consumer privacy through information flow analysis and user interface design. Her work on TaintDroid resulted in the wide spread media coverage including CNET, BBC, and Wired and the source code of the TaintDroid system has been downloaded over 1000 times since September 2010.
HOST: Lorrie Cranor
VISITOR COORDINATOR: Tiffany Todd, firstname.lastname@example.org
(please contact Tiffany if you want to check on Jaeyeon's availability)
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