Sophie Wrobel

Sophie Wrobel
University of Strathclyde · Internet Law & Policy, Humanities & Social Sciences

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April 2011 - August 2015
CAS Software AG
Position
  • Software Architect

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Future generation networks target collecting intelligence from multiple sources based on end-users' data and their social interaction in order to draw useful conclusions on enabling users to execute their rights to online privacy. These networks form a rising class of service-oriented broker platforms. Designers and providers of such network platfo...
Conference Paper
Network anonymization solutions were mostly de- signed with a single-user usage model in mind. Indeed, the usage of such solutions in collaboration scenarios as this is the case for social networking could lead to network as well as application level linkability (i.e. re-identfication of the end-users in these networks). Furthermore, the usage of n...
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Effective social media presence is not determined by content creation, but rather by community creation. The trick to successful advertising presence, therefore, is to be able to lead a digital community. Drawing from phenomenology, sociomateriality, grounded theory, and practitioners’ experiences in community sensemaking, this chapter explains why...
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Modern individuals increasingly disclose personal information in today's information-driven society through online platforms. This information is used by the online platform for a particular context, and may be reused by other partners or users of the platform in ways that may not have been intended. Current examples include email harvesting for sp...
Conference Paper
The use and disclosure of personal information is a recognisable trend in modern information society. The integration and aggregation of such information introduces potentially critical privacy issues, like unintended information disclosure. The European research project digital.me (di.me) is focused on the development of a tool empowering users to...
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In domain-specific contexts such as ecosystems of equal applications, usually individual requirements in terms of quality attributes and interdependent protection goals arise and need to be taken into account for e.g., deployment decisions. Current Quality-of-Service (QoS) models however are mostly static and handle security either as single attrib...
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A new generation of distributed social networks is promising to give back users full control over their personal information as shared in private and business life. However, there are many aspects to this control, such as information ownership, access to third parties and limited persistence. This paper compares various existing solutions against a...

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