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Privacy and Identity Management. Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in the Age of Big Data
Eleni Kosta, Jo Pierson, Daniel Slamanig, Simone Fischer-Hübner, Stephan Krenn
Front Matter

Keynotes and Invited Papers


A Causal Bayesian Networks Viewpoint on Fairness
Silvia Chiappa, William Isaac
3-20
Sharing Is Caring, a Boundary Object Approach to Mapping and Discussing Personal Data Processing
Rob Heyman
21-31

Workshop and Tutorial Papers


Who You Gonna Call When There’s Something Wrong in Your Processing? Risk Assessment and Data Breach Notifications in Practice
Susan Gonscherowski, Felix Bieker
35-50
Design and Security Assessment of Usable Multi-factor Authentication and Single Sign-On Solutions for Mobile Applications
Roberto Carbone, Silvio Ranise, Giada Sciarretta
51-66
Towards Empowering the Human for Privacy Online
Kovila Coopamootoo
67-80
Trust and Distrust: On Sense and Nonsense in Big Data
Stefan Rass, Andreas Schorn, Florian Skopik
81-94
GDPR Transparency Requirements and Data Privacy Vocabularies
Eva Schlehahn, Rigo Wenning
95-113
Wider Research Applications of Dynamic Consent
Arianna Schuler Scott, Michael Goldsmith, and Harriet Teare
114-122

Selected Papers


Glycos: The Basis for a Peer-to-Peer, Private Online Social Network
Ruben de Smet, Ann Dooms, An Braeken, Jo Pierson
123-136
GDPR and the Concept of Risk:
Katerina Demetzou
137-154
Privacy Patterns for Pseudonymity
Alexander Gabel, Ina Schiering
155-172
Implementing GDPR in the Charity Sector: A Case Study
Jane Henriksen-Bulmer, Shamal Faily, Sheridan Jeary
173-188
Me and My Robot - Sharing Information with a New Friend
Tanja Heuer, Ina Schiering, Reinhard Gerndt
189-204
chownIoT: Enhancing IoT Privacy by Automated Handling of Ownership Change
Md Sakib Nizam Khan, Samuel Marchal, Sonja Buchegger, N. Asokan
205-221
Is Privacy Controllable?
Yefim Shulman, Joachim Meyer
222-238
Assessing Theories for Research on Personal Data Transparency
Anette Siebenkäs, Dirk Stelzer
239-254
Data Protection by Design for Cross-Border Electronic Identification: Does the eIDAS Interoperability Framework Need to Be Modernised?
Niko Tsakalakis, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, Kieron O’hara
255-274
Risk Profiling by Law Enforcement Agencies in the Big Data Era: Is There a Need for Transparency?
Sascha Schendel
275-289

 


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