Using Context for Privacy Boundary Control in RFID Applications

S. Konomi and C.S. Nam (USA)


RFID, privacy, critic agents, disclosure models, context awareness


Creating a usable system that supports users’ in-situ control over their privacy boundaries is a challenging problem. We propose process and data models for providing feedback that better supports RFID users’ privacy boundary regulation. Our context-aware feedback approach uses activity hierarchies to represent context around the use of RFID applications and support privacy critic agents to adapt feedback and information disclosure processes according to users’ changing needs.

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