Autonomy and the social dilemma of online manipulative behavior

Interdisciplinary Research Group in Socio-technical CybersecurityAutonomy and the social dilemma of online manipulative behaviorMarietjie BotesAbstract:Persuasive online technologies were initially designed and used to gain insights into the online behavior of individuals to personalize advertising campaigns in an effort to influence people and convince them to buy certain products. But recently, these technologies have blurred the … Continued

Cholesteric Spherical Reflectors as Physical Unclonable Identifiers in Anti-counterfeiting

Interdisciplinary Research Group in Socio-technical CybersecurityCholesteric Spherical Reflectors as Physical Unclonable Identifiers in Anti-counterfeitingMónica P. Arenas , Hüseyin Demirci and Gabriele Lenzini Abstract:Cholesteric Spherical Reflectors (CSRs) are made of droplets of cholesteric liquid crystals (the same material under the screen of our mobile phones) but molded in a spherical shape and hardened into a solid. … Continued