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|Title:||Improving the technical functionality of children's tracking watches|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the 4th Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Workshop (ICR 2018), 2018 / Osula, A.-M., Maennel, O. (ed./s), pp.57-59|
|Publisher:||Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Software Science|
|Conference Name:||Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Conference (ICR) (9 Jun 2018 : Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia)|
|Luke Jennings, Inderbir Singh, Matthew Sorell, Richard Matthews, Tobias Eggendorfer, Kristine Hovhannisyan|
|Abstract:||Children’s tracking watches are gaining popularity worldwide, but a one-size-fits-all approach to technical implementation is challenged by different social and cultural contexts, whilst abiding by national laws. We compare the social and regulatory environments of Australia and India – two countries with stark cultural differences – to consider how a flexible set of technical capabilities may be used to implement a system architecture which can be adapted to meet local requirements. The purpose of the research is to inform the company behind the Spacetalk children’s tracking watch, developed in Australia, as it expands its market internationally.|
|Keywords:||Children; Tracking; Requirements; Smartwatch; Consent; Safety; Security; Australia; India; Spacetalk|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 3|
Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications
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