The first order of business at the Privacy for a Networked World workshop was to collaboratively identify the topics for the day’s discussion. To accomplish this, we asked all participants to individually and collaboratively identify the key challenges of interactional … Continue reading
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
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
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
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
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
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!