Author Archives: networkedprivacy

Theme 3: Business and User Tensions

Summary by Stephan Baumann, Alex Garnett, Alison Murphy, and Tara Whalen Business and User Tensions:  The Problem One of the critical privacy challenges in online interactions is the prevalent tension between users and businesses.  The primary reason for this tension … Continue reading

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Theme 2: Boundary Regulation & Temporality

Summary by Pamela Wisniewski, Natalya Bazarova, Ben Marder, Antti Oulasvirta & Jayant Venkatanathan Our Mission: Find solutions to grand challenges of Networked Privacy.  At first, we attempted to tackle “Active Boundary Management over Time within Social Networks;” however, we soon realized … Continue reading

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Theme 1: Designing for Interactional Privacy

Summary by Heather Richter Lipford, Patrick Gage Kelley, Alessandra Mazzia & Alex Smolen The group focused on design first focused on the various problems in designing for interactional privacy. We discussed two main aspects of privacy management – designs that give … Continue reading

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Privacy Task Force

A fortnight ago, at the end of the workshop, we were discussing next steps: journal special issue, community blog, further workshops, what have you. Then, Stephan Baumann spoke up. He wanted us all to consider creating a Privacy Task Force … Continue reading

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Workshop Recap

Two weeks ago, the workshop day was finally there. It was wonderful to meet in person the people we had been e-mailing with over the past months – the crowd in the room was brilliant. And so we workshopped from … Continue reading

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Workshop Papers Online

The twelve workshop papers are now available at the Papers site. Go ahead and take a look, especially if you will be attending the workshop!

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Twelve position papers accepted to the workshop

Concluding the review round that has been keeping the workshop committee busy during the past weeks, twelve papers from authors of diverse backgrounds and research interest have now been accepted to the workshop. We wish to thank all or our reviewers … Continue reading

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