Privacy Issues for the Disclosure of Emotions to Remote Acquaintances Without Simultaneous Communication
We discuss the privacy issues related to the design of systems that dis close information about emotions to remote acquaintances, without simulta neous communication: users do not chat, see or hear each other. We consider the acquisition of information, storage, processing, multi-modal rendering, and interactions. We illustrate our points with the system we designed for affec tive bonding and support with family and friends. Our most significant contri bution is the provision of a first overview of the whole process for everyday life uses.
KeywordsCommunication Emotions Family Friends HCI Privacy Ubiq-uity Wearable
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