|Statement||edited by Claudio Bettini, Sushil Jajodia, Pierangela Samarati, X. Sean Wang|
|Series||Lecture Notes in Computer Science -- 5599|
|Contributions||Jajodia, Sushil, Samarati, Pierangela, Wang, X. Sean, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||9783642035104, 9783642035111|
From the reviews:"Book provides the state of the art in research on privacy in location-based applications. For developers of location-based applications, this book is a valuable resource for understanding individual privacy concerns and . Location-based applications refer to those that use location data in a prominent manner. Location data can be very effective for service provisioning, enabling the birth of a new generation of information services. assumptions that characterize the recent literature on privacy in location-based services. The book also illustrates the many. This book provides a comprehensive study of the state of the art in location privacy for mobile applications. It presents an integrated five-part framework for location privacy research, which. This book provides a comprehensive study of the state of the art in location privacy for mobile applications. It presents an integrated five-part framework for location privacy research, which includes the analysis of location privacy definitions, attacks and adversaries, location privacy protection methods, location privacy metrics, and location-based mobile : Springer Singapore.
A typical location-based service returns nearby points of interest in response to a user location. As such services are becoming increasingly available and popular, location privacy . Examples of such applications include location-based store finder, location-based traffic reports, and location-based advertisements. Although location-based services promise safety and convenience, they threaten the privacy and security of users as such services explicitly require users to share private location information with the service. Mobile Location Based Services (MLBS) have been in operation since the s. Conceived initially for military use, the Global Positioning System technology was later released to the world for other applications. As usage of the technology increased, mobile network points, developed by mobile servic. Paired with AR, location-based applications can be used to provide guided tours to users worldwide. Just imagine walking around a city and receiving all the information about the sights and local businesses right on your mobile device. 2. Task automation. Integrated with smart home devices, location-based apps can be used to automate different.
Location positioning by GPS has become a standard function in modern handheld device specifications. Even in indoor environments, positioning by utilizing signals from the mobile cellular network and the wireless LAN has been intensively studied. This chapter starts with some review of the state-of-. user security, privacy, location based services. Mobility became part of our personal liberty. Also the market noticed this trend in geo-development and reacted with an increasing availability of location based services that mainly run on our mobile devices. Location-based applications refer to those that use location data in a prominent manner. Location data can be very effective for service provisioning, enabling the birth of a new generation of information services. Although data security and privacy issues have been extensively investigated in several domains, current techniques are not readily applicable to location-based applications. This paper surveys the current research status of location privacy issues in mobile applications. The survey spans five aspects of study: the definition of location privacy, attacks and adversaries, mechanisms to preserve the privacy of locations, location privacy metrics, and the current status of location-based applications. Through this comprehensive review, all the .