H. Wu, S. Xiang, W. S. Ng, W. Wu and M. Xue, "HipStream: A Privacy-Preserving System for Managing Mobility Data Streams," 2014 IEEE 15th International Conference on Mobile Data Management, Brisbane, QLD, 2014, pp. 360-363. doi: 10.1109/MDM.2014.54
Personal mobile data are being extensively collected by various service providers, in the form of data stream. Most service providers promise their customers for not misusing their data by paper-based agreement. However, the customers have no way to know whether the agreements are strictly followed or not, unless any scandals of private data misuse are revealed. To guarantee the correct use of customers' personal data and assure them of the service safety, system-level data privacy control between the data owners (i.e., Customers) and the data users (i.e., Service providers) is in compelling need. Inspired by the concept of Hippocratic data management, we design and implement a system, Hip Stream to systemically enforce different Hippocratic principles to preserve data providers' privacy when they send their data stream for services. In this paper, we describe the architecture of the Hip Stream system and demonstrate how it meets those privacy principles.
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