Category Archives: Privacy

Be part of our user research into Social Web & TV

Please help us with our user research by taking a moment of your time to fill in our survey to collect opinions about the implications of integrating the Social Web with TV; including attitudes to privacy, sharing of personal data, and … Continue reading

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Privacy revisited

Early on in the NoTube project we asked how we address the challenge that people want personalisation without any compromise to their privacy. We posed this question in the context of the NoTube Beancounter, a service for aggregating and analysing … Continue reading

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How willing are you to share data about what you watch on TV?

I’m working on NoTube as part of the BBC team, and together with Lora from VU, I’m looking into various potential privacy issues. In particular, as someone with a background in user experience, I’m interested to find out how willing people … Continue reading

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Awareness not paranoia

In her previous post Libby asks whether you might see NoTube’s Beancounter, which lets you “discover you what you watch and listen to – and the overall categories of things that you like”, as an invasion of your privacy. During … Continue reading

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