Technologies to measure gaze direction and pupil reactivity have become efficient, cheap, and compact and are finding increasing use in many fields, including gaming, marketing, driver safety, military, and healthcare. Besides offering numerous useful applications, the rapidly expanding technology raises serious privacy concerns. Through the lens of advanced data analytics, gaze patterns can reveal much […]
In his latest publication, Jacob Kröger analyses the privacy implications of accelerometer data from mobile devices. While this may sound like a topic for computer nerds and ICT experts, the paper is digestible for laypeople and relevant for anyone who is curious about the information we unknowingly reveal to companies through embedded sensors.