DYSAN: Dynamically sanitizing motion sensor data against sensitive inferences through adversarial networks

With the widespread adoption of the quantified self movement, an increasing number of users rely on mobile applications to monitor their physical activity through their smartphones. Granting to applications a direct access to sensor data expose users to privacy risks... (read more)

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