Privacy lab - What are your apps really doing?

June Privacy Lab

Tuesday, June 21, 2016
6:00-8:00 PM (PDT), ICSI Lecture Hall

Phones have become essential tools for modern everyday life. As we rely more and more on apps, how can we ensure that they are only doing what we're asking? Come to Privacy Lab and find out about new efforts to track what your phone is actually doing from Berkeley's ICSI Haystack Project and Northeastern University's ReCon.

Dave Choffnes will talk about - ReCon: Identifying and Controlling Privacy Leaks from Mobile Devices.

Narseo Vallina-Rodriguez will talk about: The ICSI Haystack: A Tool to Illuminate the Mobile Ecosystem.

Primal Wijesekera will talk about a user study of Andriod applications and how protected data is accessed.

Kashmir Hill will talk about security flaws in the Waze app that allow hackers to track your location.


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Privacy Labs are organized by Mozilla and the EFF.