SpotME if You Can: Randomized Responses for Location Obfuscation on Mobile Phones

Nowadays companies increasingly aggregate location data from different sources on the Internet to offer location-based services such as estimating current road traffic conditions, and finding the best nightlife locations in a city. However, these services have also caused outcries over privacy issues. As the volume of location data being aggregated expands, the comfort of sharing one's whereabouts with the public at large will unavoidably decrease. Existing ways of aggregating location data in the privacy literature are largely centralized in that they rely on a trusted location-based service.

Provided by: University of Cambridge Topic: Mobility Date Added: Nov 2010 Format: PDF

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