Conference Paper: “Please Forget Where I Was Last Summer: The Privacy Risks of Public Location (Meta)Data”
The following paper will be presented next month at the Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS).
Please Forget Where I Was Last Summer: The Privacy Risks of Public Location (Meta)Data
University of Illinois at Chicago
Direct to Full Text Paper
17 pages; PDF.
“FYI: Twitter’s API Still Spews Enough Metadata To Reveal Exactly Where You Lived, Worked” (via The Register)
Includes comment from Twitter about conference paper.
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