This paper seems to assume that a user’s WiFi isn’t also pay-per-byte, which is the case for my family.
That sounds like hell.
That’s what happens when you live in a rural location that no internet companies will come out to (they hotspot their cellphones).
Rural areas are awesome. Bad internet service isn’t.
Agreed 100%. If I could do my job in a rural town I would.
It is a shame that this paper seems not to address the privacy implications of what information could be deduced by the external service providers (and their apps) through the use of procrastinator. and/or what private information ‘procrastinator’ would need to function as intended.