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Published on Dec 18, 2014
A rise in public image gathering with wearable technologies -- called "lifelogging" -- has complex privacy implications for both individuals and society. Indiana University researchers, funded by the National Science Foundation, are studying the privacy implications from both a sociological and technological perspective. Their goal is to design new tools to help people manage their personal privacy in a camera-rich world. For more information on this research, see http://go.iu.edu/nQR.