“All the people who don’t use Facebook because of privacy issues might use it, because they will know they have a sort of firewall that precisely tells them what information is being shared with external services.”
The application is being tested with 80 families in Northern Italian city of Trento. Every family has a smartphone that collects data about their lives.
Fabrizio Antonelli is Director of the Mobile Territorial Laboratory.
“The instrument we used is called personal data store. It represents a sort of security box for data, where we keep all the information we collect about the person. Here, each person can see the life cycle of his or her own data, and see who has used that data, when, and for what purpose.”
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