JRA5: Internet Privacy and Identity, Trust and          Reputation Mechanisms                       Kick-off Meeting      ...
WP Objectives   Integrate and develop research on distributed social    nets (eg Diaspora and Footlights), partial identi...
WP Tasks   Task R5.1 A data protection assessment    framework – UPMC (Pol Sci), OXF (Internet    Studies, Anth), WARW (E...
R5.1 A DP assessment framework Analyse compliance of emerging sensing,  social nets, search and cloud technologies  with ...
R5.2 Privacy, reputation and trust in SNS   analyse current practices in user privacy in social    network (e.g. decentra...
R5.3 Privacy for IoT, cloud + sensor nets Develop a roadmap for privacy-enabling  mechanisms in embedded sensors in user ...
WP Action List for the 1st Year An initial assessment of Internet Privacy,  Identity, Trust and Reputation mechanisms  ba...
Interdependencies with other WPs JRA2 (incorporating privacy by design). JRA4 (governance and regulation,  particularly ...
WP Impact The basic goal of Internet Science for privacy and identity should be to find the right combination of autonomy...
Issues to be discussed and decided  EINS Kick-off Meeting   Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
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Network of Excellence in Internet Science (JRA5, Internet Privacy, Identity, Trust and Reputation Mechanisms, I. Brown, OXF)

  1. 1. JRA5: Internet Privacy and Identity, Trust and Reputation Mechanisms Kick-off Meeting Brussels, 21-22 December 2011 Ian Brown (OXF) Network of FP7-ICT-2011.1.6-288021 EINS Excellence in Internet Science
  2. 2. WP Objectives Integrate and develop research on distributed social nets (eg Diaspora and Footlights), partial identities (PrimeLife), privacy-protective sensor networks (FRESNEL), privacy beliefs and behaviours (PVNets), online trust and reputation mechanisms Integrate research efforts, scientific concepts and methodologies from computer science, psychology, anthropology, sociology, political science, statistics, graph theory, behavioural economics and law Investigate trade-offs between anonymity and accountability, and how decentralized systems can protect against spam, offensive content and criminal activities, while creating trusted mechanisms for online interaction based on reputation systems EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  3. 3. WP Tasks Task R5.1 A data protection assessment framework – UPMC (Pol Sci), OXF (Internet Studies, Anth), WARW (Econ), UESSEX (Law), UoS (CS), UiO (Law), NEXA (Law) Task R5.2 Analysis of privacy, reputation and trust in social networks – UoS (Maths), OXF (Internet Studies, Anth), ULANC (Sociology), UCAM (CS), TUM (CS), EPFL (CS), TUD (CS), KNAW (Sociology, STS), CERTH (CS, Psych) Task R5.3 Developing a roadmap for privacy techniques for the Internet of Things, clouds and sensor networks – OXF (Internet Studies, Anth), TUM (CS), EPFL (CS), PASSAU (CS), CERTH (CS) EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  4. 4. R5.1 A DP assessment framework Analyse compliance of emerging sensing, social nets, search and cloud technologies with EU DP rules. Define privacy criteria and an assessment framework for scientific researchers, technology designers, regulators and users of such technologies and applications Assess the extent to which the EU DP framework takes sufficient account of the technical and social realities of Internet- based transactional platforms EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  5. 5. R5.2 Privacy, reputation and trust in SNS analyse current practices in user privacy in social network (e.g. decentralization, data obfuscation), to compare them with privacy practice in real life, and to identify technologically sophisticated and socially well-anchored solutions investigate the exploitation of user-user trust relationship for enabling user privacy, including behavioural analysis, social norms and encryption take stock from existing activities in this area, identify areas for further research between the different disciplines involved, and pursue innovative research in order to become a point of reference EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  6. 6. R5.3 Privacy for IoT, cloud + sensor nets Develop a roadmap for privacy-enabling mechanisms in embedded sensors in user house and mobile devices for health-care, environmental conservation, etc. Analyse privacy trade-offs, communication/processing overhead and data inaccuracy/unavailability for these mechanisms Develop a roadmap for technical countermeasures, which ensure the location privacy of an entity EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  7. 7. WP Action List for the 1st Year An initial assessment of Internet Privacy, Identity, Trust and Reputation mechanisms based also on the research results of an organised workshop by JRA5 on these topics, combining frameworks from political science, computer science, Internet studies, economics and law into a unified “Internet Science” view of the field [month 12] Reports on integration and excellence building [month 15] EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  8. 8. Interdependencies with other WPs JRA2 (incorporating privacy by design). JRA4 (governance and regulation, particularly the EU data protection framework) JRA6 (allowing users to participate in virtual communities without over-exposing their personal data) JRA8 (where users must be reassured that energy-saving technology is not invading their privacy) EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  9. 9. WP Impact The basic goal of Internet Science for privacy and identity should be to find the right combination of autonomy (solving security and privacy issues a user cannot resolve) and user control, in a way that is comprehensible and likely to be accepted. EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  10. 10. Issues to be discussed and decided EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
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