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User-Centered Security, Privacy and Trust in Ubiquitous Social Network Services
Social Networks, Mobile Internet and Location-Awareness nowadays can be combined into a new type of ubiquitous environments (“Future Internet”, location-aware social networks), where security, privacy and trust are very important problems, especially for end-users. These are relatively new research topics in ICT, however they have already become the most remarkable phenomena in the Internet during the first decade of the 21st century. Indeed, end-users should be able to use, compose, adapt and personalize ubiquitous services, for example by defining and composing user-centered service policies (including security, privacy, access control and trust policies). This opens new opportunities for innovative scenarios of end-user services and service compositions.

Gladysh Serge, Herrmann Peter, Knapskog Svein (2010). User-Centered Security, Privacy and Trust in Ubiquitous Social Network Services. VERDIKT conference, Oslo, Norway, November 1-2. Organised by the Research Council of Norway.

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Published November 1, 2010

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