Publications page presents the publications of the Privacy flag project for the first and second year.
Privacy Flag proposes to disseminate its innovation results and concepts in scientific and law Conferences/Workshops/Symposia/Fora/Journals/Magazine. This approach can be realized via publishing and submitting papers, surveys and book chapters. These actions provide an ideal opportunity for the project results and concepts. Also by doing these actions, international researchers could be more interesting to contribute to the PF privacy-based knowledge repository or to get more extensive information about data privacy, data protection, PF technology and related solutions such as UPRAAT.
Dissemination activities promoted by the Privacy Flag partners are to be always conformant to the rules and procedures contained in the Consortium Agreement (CA) designed to safeguard the IPRs and confidential information of the participants, whilst preserving the individual participant’s right to exploit their own IPRs and information.
Privacy Flag attended to several and notable conferences and published various publications.
The following table provides an extensible view of Privacy Flag’s publications under the first and second year.
|Name of publication||Type of publication||Authors||Title of Journal/ Proceeding/Book||Publisher||ISBN||DOI||Year of publication|
|A Formalization of Fingerprinting Technique||Conference Paper||Lanze F., Panchenko A., Engel T.||(TrustCom/BigDataSE/ISPA 2015) – Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Recent Advances of Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications 2015||IEEE||987-1-4673-7952-6||10.1109/Trustcom.2015.452||2015|
|On the impact of Cross-Layer Information Leakage on Anonymity in Crowds||Conference Paper||Panchenko A.||(Q2SWinet ’15) – Proceedings of the 11th ACM Symposium on QoS and Security for Wireless and Mobile Networks (2015)||ACM||978-1-4503-3757-1||10.1145/2815317.2815325||2015|
|Website Fingerprinting at Internet Scale||Conference Paper||Panchenko A., Lanze, F., Zinnen, A., Henze, M., Pennekamp, J., Wehrle, K. and Engel, T.||(NDSS-2016) – Proceedings of the Internet Society (ISOC) Network and Distributed System Security Symposium 2016)||ISOC||1-891562-41-X||10.14722/ndss.2016.23477||2016|
|Privacy Flag – Collective Privacy Protection Scheme Based on Structured Distributed Risk Assessment||Conference Paper||Ziegler S., Chochliouros I. and Latif L.||(IEEE IoT Forum 2016) – Proceedings of the IEEE World Forum for Internet of Things 2015; Special Session on IoT Security & Privacy||IEEE||–||–||2015|
|Design of Smart City Systems from a Privacy Perspective||Journal Article||Ståhlbröst, A., Padyab, A.,Sällström, A., Hollosi, D.||IADIS International Journal on WWW/Internet||Universidade Aberta||1645-7641||–||2015|
|Bringing your data everywhere in the Internet of (every)Thing: a legal reading of the new right to portability||Conference Paper||Bistolfi, C., Scudiero, l., Ziegler, C.||(AINA-2016) – Proceedings of the 30th IEEE International Conference on
Advanced Information Networking and Applications
|Crowdsourced Privacy, il progetto europeo Privacy Flag||Article in a Magazine||Scudiero, L.||Privacy News magazine, Year IV, September-December 2015, pag. 33, Corriere della Privacy||Published||–||–||2016|
|IoT, accountability e certificazioni||Article in a Magazine||Bistolfi, C.||Privacy News magazine, , Corriere della Privacy||Published||–||–||2016|
|Enabling Privacy Protection by using a Universal Privacy Risk Methodology in the context of 5G||Publication in Conference proceedings/ Workshop||Ioannis P. Chochliouros, Evangelos Sfakianakis, Maria Belesioti, Nikolas Bompetsis and Anastasia S. Spiliopoulou||Proceedings of the EuCNC – 2016 (The European Conference on Networks and Communication 2016)||European Commission in cooperation with the National technical University of Athens||–||–||2016|
|Pseudonymization and impacts of Big (personal/anonymous) Data processing in the transition from the Directive 95/46/EC to the new EU General Data Protection Regulation||Article in Journal||Luca Bolognini, Camilla Bistolfi||Computer Law & Security Review||Pergamon Press Ltd.||02673649||10.1016/j.clsr.2016.11.002||2016|
PRIVACY FLAG is at the moment one of the six EU projects on privacy innovation. The others are listed below:
• VisiOn – Visual Privacy Management in User Centric Open Environments
• Operando – Online privacy enforcement, rights assurance & optimization
• Panoramix – Privacy and Accountability in Networks via Optimized Randomized Mix-nets
• Types – Towards transparencY and Privacy in the onlinE advertising business
• SafeCloud – Secure and Resilient Cloud Architecture, www.safecloud-project.eu
PRIVACY FLAG also shares common interests with EU Projects in areas such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities. These are:
• Organicity EU project – Co-creating smart cities of the future
• U4IoT – User Engagement for Large Scale Pilots in the Internet of Things. (Project started in 01/01/2017)
• ANASTACIA – Advanced Networked Agents for Security and Trust Assessment in CPS/IOT Architectures (Project started in 01/01/2017)
• CREATE-IoT – Cross Fertilisation Through Alignment, Synchronisation and Exchanges For IoT (Project started in 01/01/2017)
• WeLive – A neW concept of public administration based on citizen co-created mobile urban services
PRIVACY FLAG goal is to amplify the European privacy innovation community and promote the community’s position in an international context.