privacy protection

Evaluating protection capability for visual privacy information

One way to prevent privacy intrusion is by blurring or blocking out facial images using image processing. However, this technique's effectiveness depends on viewers' familiarity with the subjects as well as on the subjects' conspicuousness.

Real-time privacy protection system for social videos using intentionally-captured persons detection

Most social videos, which are uploaded and shared through social networking services (SNSs), e.g., YouTube and Facebook, contain not only intentionally-captured persons (ICPs) but also non-ICPs who are unexpectedly framed in, such as passers-by. …

Intended human object detection for automatically protecting privacy in mobile video surveillance

With the recent popularization of mobile video cameras including camera phones, a new technology, mobile video surveillance, which uses mobile video cameras for video surveillance has been emerging. Such videos, however, may infringe upon the privacy …

Automatically Protecting Privacy in Consumer Generated Videos Using Intended Human Object Detector

The growing popularity of video sharing services such as YouTube enables us to upload and share consumer generated videos (CGVs) easily, resulting in disclosure of the privacy sensitive information (PSI) of persons, i.e., their appearances. …