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 | [[https://​www.oii.ox.ac.uk/​people/​professor-bertrand-venard/​|Bertrand Venard]] | **Why I don't care about my cybersecurity**\\ Prof. Bertrand Venard (Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford) will describe his research about the determinants of cybersecurity behaviour. Prof. Venard is leading the project Cybersecurity,​ funded by the European Union, which aims at understanding the cybersecurity behaviours of students through qualitative and quantitative research. | | [[https://​www.oii.ox.ac.uk/​people/​professor-bertrand-venard/​|Bertrand Venard]] | **Why I don't care about my cybersecurity**\\ Prof. Bertrand Venard (Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford) will describe his research about the determinants of cybersecurity behaviour. Prof. Venard is leading the project Cybersecurity,​ funded by the European Union, which aims at understanding the cybersecurity behaviours of students through qualitative and quantitative research. |
 | [[https://​www.fhi.ox.ac.uk/​team/​anders-sandberg/​|Anders Sandberg]] | **What is privacy good for? The philosophy behind privacy**\\ Dr. Anders Sandberg (James Martin Research Fellow, Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford) considers that while many people desire privacy, philosophically it is not entirely obvious why it is a good thing or what other considerations may overrule it. This talk will be a quick overview of some philosophy of privacy. | | [[https://​www.fhi.ox.ac.uk/​team/​anders-sandberg/​|Anders Sandberg]] | **What is privacy good for? The philosophy behind privacy**\\ Dr. Anders Sandberg (James Martin Research Fellow, Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford) considers that while many people desire privacy, philosophically it is not entirely obvious why it is a good thing or what other considerations may overrule it. This talk will be a quick overview of some philosophy of privacy. |
-| [[https://​twitter.com/​KKollnig |Konrad Kollnig]] | **TrackerControl:​ Monitor and control in mobile tracking**\\ The collection of data about usage behaviour (‘tracking’) is common practice on smartphones,​ often without the knowledge of the users. As part of his DPhil, Konrad Kollnig (Computer Science Department, Oxford University) is developing an app, TrackerControl,​ that allows users to monitor and control this widespread, ongoing, hidden data collection. | 
 | [[https://​www.cs.ox.ac.uk/​people/​william.seymour/​ |William Seymour]] | **The secret lives of smart things**\\ Have you ever wondered what your smart devices are up to? William Seymour (DPhil student, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford) discusses how to capture and visualise who devices are talking to, as well as the results from his research into how these visualisations can help people talk to each other about privacy and security. | | [[https://​www.cs.ox.ac.uk/​people/​william.seymour/​ |William Seymour]] | **The secret lives of smart things**\\ Have you ever wondered what your smart devices are up to? William Seymour (DPhil student, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford) discusses how to capture and visualise who devices are talking to, as well as the results from his research into how these visualisations can help people talk to each other about privacy and security. |
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