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Mapping Privacy Models
How should data be collected, used and shared at festivals? Designing new data consent models for connected environments
This workshop will be held on Tuesday, 13th August at 9:30am – 12pm at the University of Edinburgh, Inspace, Potterrow, EH8 9YL.
This workshop gives an overview and maps out some of the data purposes and their relationships to people’s perceptions and behaviours to investigate how we would like data about ourselves and our activities to be collected, shared or used (or not). As part of the EPSRC-funded research project PACTMAN which explores issues of ‘Trust, Privacy and Consent in Future Pervasive Environments’, researchers in Design Informatics are aiming to rethink the current digital consent model and reimage novel, more dynamic privacy practices. With the broader research, we are asking what it may mean and how we may go about challenging and redesigning new data consent models for connected environments.
This workshop is being organised by Dr Bettina Nissen and Joe Revans – researchers in Design Informatics working on the EPSRC-funded research project PACTMAN (EP/N028228/1).
If you’d like to attend this workshop, please sign up via Eventbrite.
InSpace, Potterrow, EH8 9YL.