Mon 20 - Fri 24 October 2014 Portland, Oregon, United States
Tue 21 Oct 2014 11:00 - 11:30 at Medford - Technical Paper Session

Many novice software developers do not have the training, experience or appropriate resources in developing privacy policies for their applications. Anecdotal evidence suggests that some new developers create original natural language privacy policies, use existing privacy policies as templates or an external agency (i.e., a lawyer). This paper presents an overview of the privacy Policy Auto-Generation for Eclipse (PAGE), a work-in-progress that seeks to integrate privacy planning capabilities into the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE), enabling mobile application developers to create privacy policies as development occurs. This should support privacy by design concepts, enhance team communication through reusability, as well as reduce costs due to errors or extra time in external activities.

Tue 21 Oct
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10:30 - 12:00: ETX - Technical Paper Session at Medford
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Marwan Abi-AntounWayne State University, Andrew GiangWayne State University, Sumukhi ChandrashekarWayne State University, Ebrahim KhalajWayne State University
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Mark RowanTowson University, Josh DehlingerTowson University
etx201411:30 - 12:00
Emmanuel Bello-OgunuUniversity of North Carolina Charlotte, Mohammed ShehabUniversity of North Carolina Charlotte