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Privacy-Preserving Framework for Publishing Electronic Healthcare Records

In the 2018 Connections in Smart Health Workshop, Nan Zhang and collaborators presented a poster on their recent progress for an NSF-sponsored collaborative research project on “Privacy-Preserving Framework for Publishing...

Talk at UMD: Privacy Contextualization: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Heng Xu, co-director of the Robust Analytics Lab, will give a talk at the iSchool, University of Maryland, College Park, titled “Privacy Contextualization: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”....

How your friends affect your privacy on Twitter

Among the existing solutions for protecting privacy on social media, a popular doctrine is privacy self-management, which asks users to directly control the sharing of their personal information through privacy...

NSF Project: Privacy regrets in smartphone usage

We gratefully acknowledge the National Science Foundation for their support on our project 1801539, “SaTC: CORE: Medium: Situation-Aware Identification and Rectification of Regrettable Privacy Decisions”.

Sep 26: Cybersecurity & Privacy Forum: Bridging Research & Practice

Update: See the event re-cap article in Kogod News.

NSF Project: Using social media to solve social problems

Heng Xu, co-director of the Robust Analytics Lab, is a co-PI of a recently awarded National Science Foundation project, 1823633: “RR: The Generalizability and Replicability of Twitter Data for Population...