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Mobile Social Networks and Context-Awareness: Usage, Privacy and a Solution to Texting While Driving?
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Speaker’s bio: Janne Lindqvist is a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. Janne works at the intersection of mobile computing, systems security and human-computer interaction. His current projects include usable privacy interfaces for mobile phones, context-aware mobile mashups, and mitigating problems with mobile phone usage while driving. Before joining the academia, Janne co-founded a wireless networks company, Radionet, which was represented in 24 countries before being sold to Florida-based Airspan Networks during 2005.
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