Two speakers highlight how individual use of internet technology relates to global security and privacy concerns.
Olaf Kolkman reflects on collaborative security and the Open Internet, which is a powerful driver for social, technical and economic interaction. Security responses often aim to prevent bad things locally and are not focused on the global properties that need protection. Individual actors need a wider perspective to trade off their actions towards the bigger internet.
Deborah Estrin describes how our digital traces are used to tailor service offerings, improve system performance, and target advertisements. This talk will discuss precedents for small data in mobile health, and the opportunities and challenges of broadening the scope of small data capture, storage, and use.