A report on personally identifiable sensor data from smartphone devices

13 Mar 2020 Fanourakis Marios

An average smartphone is equipped with an abundance of sensors to provide a variety of vital functionalities and conveniences. The data from these sensors can be collected in order to find trends or discover interesting correlations in the data but can also be used by nefarious entities for the purpose of revealing the identity of the persons who generated this data.In this paper, we seek to identify what types of sensor data can be collected on a smartphone and which of those types can pose a threat to user privacy by looking into the hardware capabilities of modern smartphone devices and how smartphone data is used in the literature... (read more)

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