An Infrastructure for Privacy Notifaction and Choice in IoTThis involves the development of an infrastructure and protocols to help privacy assistants discover relevant IoT resources, relevant elements of their privacy policies and any available privacy settings. This also includes developing models of people’s privacy preferences and expectations, including notification preferences as they pertain to a growing collection of IoT scenarios.
Deployments Outside Carnegie Mellon
Our IoT Privacy Infrastructure and Personalized Privacy Assistants are intended to be deployed in a variety of environments - not just at CMU. Watch a video of our technology as deployed at UC Irvine, where it has been deployed to interface with UCI's IoT Tippers testbed.