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2016 | 49(4) Informatyka | 5-22
Article title

Ochrona prywatności w usługach LBS

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Privacy in Location-Based-Services
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PL
Usługi lokalizacyjne LBS (Location Based Services) w kilku ostatnich latach rozwijają się dynamicznie. Lokalizacja może być związana z określeniem położenia osoby lub śledzeniem jej przemieszczania się w czasie. Dane tego typu mają charakter danych osobowych i w przypadku, gdy serwis LBS nie ma odpowiednich zabezpieczeń, mogą się dostać w niepowołane ręce naruszając w ten sposób prywatność użytkownika serwisu. Pytanie, w jakim zakresie dostawcy usług LBS powinni przetwarzać dane lokalizacyjne, jak się zabezpieczyć przed nadużyciami i jakie powinno być prawo w tym zakresie, pojawia się, ponieważ usługi LBS stały się wszechobecne, a śledzenie i określanie pozycji użytkownika, szczególnie we przypadku komunikatorów mobilnych, występuje wielokrotnie w ciągu doby. Uregulowania prawne mają obecnie charakter lokalny, inne są na rynku amerykańskim, a inne w Unii Europejskiej. US Federal Communications Commission przywiązuje znaczną wagę do kwestii prywatności. W 2012 roku całokształt zagadnień dotyczących ochrony prywatności w usługach LBS został ujęty w Raporcie FCC.
EN
The location-based services (LBS) display a dynamic development in recent years. There are two types of location: first, tracking the person movement in time, and, second, location awareness of the person. We have a problem of personal data security and if the LBS service hasn’t a proper security means, these data could be transferred to other parties which may abuse them. The question arises what should be the scope of data processing allowed for LBS providers and what kind of legal regulations we need as the LBS services are nowadays commonly available and each user of a mobile device is tracked many times a day. The present regulations are local as we have different laws in the US and different in the EU. The US Federal Communications Commission puts a lot of attention to the privacy problems. All issues concerning this subject were discussed and presented in the 2012 FCC Report.
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  • Akademia Finansów i Biznesu Vistula. Wydział Inżynierski
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