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  • 1. User Empowerment for Enhanced Online Presence Management Contact: Adrian Popescu – adrian.popescu@cea.fr CEA | 10 AVRIL 2012
  • 2. USEMP Context A large majority of Europeans engage with Online Social Networks (OSNs) 74% of users consider that they do not have sufficient control 70% are concerned with the way such data are handled by OSNs Upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation – harmonisation of EU’s legal framework, notably requiring Data Protection by Design There is an asymmetry between data processing and control means available to OSNs and those afforded by citizens Personal data sharing is a complex and pervasive process that is still not well understood Work in different relevant fields is most often performed in isolation | PAGE 2
  • 3. Multidisciplinary approach to personal data management | PAGE 3
  • 4. Consortium Partnerdomain Multimedia mining User assistance tools User research Living labs studies Ethics & legal aspects Integration CEA LIST, France CERTH, Greece iMinds, Belgium LTU-CDT, Sweden Radboud U., The Netherlands Velti, Greece HWComms, United Kingdom | PAGE 4
  • 5. Project objectives S1: Analyse the existing and proposed legal framework of privacy and data protection with regard to OSNs and assess the value of shared personal information S2: Advance the understanding of personal data handling through in-depth user research focused on Privacy Feedback Awareness (PFA) tools and quantitative and qualitative lab studies S3: Create multimedia information extraction methods adapted to personal information management, with focus on user feedback and explainability S4: Improve the management of personal information via semi-automatic awareness tools data and assist the users in their interaction with these data. S5: Contribute to the current debates on whether and if so how personal data should be monetised S6: Propose an innovative living labs approach, adapted for personal data handling in OSNs | PAGE 5
  • 6. Use case 1: USEMP OSN Presence Control Tool (a) Real-time OSN presence management Development of semi-automatic privacy preservation tools Joint analysis of volunteered, observed and inferred data (b) Long-term OSN presence management Visualisation tool that summarizes the privacy levels Controls for quick personal data visibility change Use case 2: USEMP Economic Value Awareness Tool (a) Awareness of Economic Value of Personal Information Tool for understanding which part of personal information is monetised Contribution to the explainability of OSN business models (b) Personal Content Licensing Framework for a licensing and control mechanism for the personal information Avoidance of personal information commodification through an adapted rewards mechanism | PAGE 6
  • 7. Expected achievements Enforcement of the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation through personal data management tools Reduction of the asymmetry concerning data control between social networks and citizen Raising citizens’ and societal awareness with respect to the advantages and risks of sharing personal information Prototyping of semi-automatic PFA tools driven by social sciences research and multimedia information extraction Development of multidisciplinary user research on personal data within the FIRE infrastructure Reinforcement of the position of EU academic and industrial actors in a key area of the Internet | PAGE 7

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