Privacy & Security Research Paper Series

The Privacy & Security Research Paper Series publishes working papers that have been created as part of the EU FP7 research project PACTPublic Perception of Security and Privacy: Assessing Knowledge, Collecting Evidence, Translating Research Into Action; grant agreement no. 285635)

  • Editor: Christian Fuchs
    Communication and Media Research Institute - University of Westminster
    School of Media, Arts and Design, Watford Road, Northwick Park, Middlesex, HA1 3TP, UK.

The Privacy & Security Research Paper Series - ISSN 2279-7467

First publication date: June 30th 2012.

Privacy & Security Research Paper Series


Issue #1 Implications of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Internet Surveillance for Society
Author: Christian Fuchs - Uppsala University (SE)
Issue #2 Discussion Paper about the Theoretical Foundations of PACT
Authors: Uppsala University (SE), ATOS (ES), CIES (IE), CSSC (IT), KEMEA - Center for Security Studies (GR), National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos" (GR), Peace Research Institute Oslo (NO)
Issue #3 Summary of PACT deliverables D1.1 - D1.6
Authors: ATOS (ES), CIES (IE), CSSC (IT), KEMEA - Center for Security Studies (GR), Ministry of Public Security (IL), National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos" (GR), RAND Europe, (UK), Peace Research Institute Oslo (NO), Uppsala University (SE)
Issue #4 An Inventory and Evaluation of CCTV Internet Crowd-sourcing
Author: Daniel Trottier - Uppsala University (SE)
Issue #5 Disaster Victim Identification & Privacy
Authors: Jay Levinson and Avi Domb - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, School of Pharmacy - Faculty of Medicine Jerusalem 91120, Israel
Issue #6 Privacy and Security in Europe
Authors: Christian Fuchs - University of Westminster, United Kingdom
Issue #7 Privacy in the Writing of Research Papers: An Israeli Perspective
Authors: Jay Levinson and Avi Domb - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, School of Pharmacy - Faculty of Medicine Jerusalem 91120, Israel
Issue #8 Social Media Surveillance & Society
Authors: Christian Fuchs and Daniel Trottier - University of Westminster, United Kingdom
Issue #9 Main Factors Affecting the Definition and Design of the PACT Privacy Reference Framework for Security Technology
Authors: Israel Rodríguez Fernández. Atos Secure Identity Technologies Lab Senior Research. Alberto Crespo Garcia. Head of Atos Secure Identity Technologies Lab. Pedro Soria Rodríguez. Atos Financial Service Market Manager. M. Nuria Ituarte Aranda. Atos Secure Identity Technologies Lab Senior Research.
Issue #10

Literature Review of Approaches for Measuring Preferences with Respect to Privacy, Security and Surveillance
Authors: Dimitris Potoglou; Neil Robinson; Tess Hellgren; Svitlana Kobzar and Sunil Patil

Issue #11

Biometric Identification: A Benefit-Risk Analysis of Israeli Applications

Authors: Jay Levinson; Karine Nahon; Avi Domb

Issue #12

PACT’s Decision Support System based on the Privacy Ref-erence Framework for Security Technology

Jaime Martín Pérez, Atos

This paper aims at explaining the functional features of the PACT´S Decision Support System (DSS). It covers in a step by step basis the Privacy Reference Framework for Security Technology (PRFST) which was implemented in the prototype. Furthermore it provides information concerning the origin of the PRFST and workshops and other events which were organised to gather input from experts and stakeholders.

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