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PACTMAN: Trust and Consent in Future Pervasive Environments (DSI)

Project: Research


We live in a world in which our ability to capture personal user data far exceeds our understanding of how to manage issues of trust, privacy and consent with potentially far-reaching consequences for both individuals and society. Without independent academic research in this space, we run the risk of privacy and trust being sacrificed in the rush to commercially exploit these new sensing capabilities. In this project, we will conduct pioneering interdisciplinary research to create the world's first comprehensive system for privacy and consent management in future pervasive environments, i.e. environments with a wide range of sensing capabilities.
Effective start/end date1/09/1628/02/20


  • Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council: £545,212.00


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