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Bringing privacy to software engineers

I am happy to announce that Dr. Irit Hadar, our collaborator from the University of Haifa, will present our joint work, “Privacy by Designers: Software Developers’ Privacy Mindset” at ICSE…

New Paper Accepted – The Privacy Implications of Cyber-Security Systems: a Technological Survey

Cyber-security systems protect us from hackers and other online dangers, but they also access our most sensitive information. In the paper “The Privacy Implications of Cyber-Security Systems: a…

Presentation at CHI: Not Even Past: Information Aging and Temporal Privacy in Online Social Networks

I am happy to announce that we will present our paper “Not Even Past: Information Aging and Temporal Privacy in Online Social Networks“, by Oshrat Ayalon and Eran Toch, at…

New paper accepted to HICSS’51

Hawaii, here we are again! A paper by Oshrat Ayalon and Eran Toch, Crowdsourcing Privacy Design Critique: An Empirical Evaluation of Framing Effects. The paper describes a new framework…

New paper accepted to UbiTtention 2017: Do Message Previews help Mitigate Interruptions across Varying Task Load?

Happy to announce that a paper by Frank Bolton, Dov Te’eni, and Eran Toch was accepted to UbiTtention 2017: 2nd International Workshop on Smart & Ambient Notification and Attention…

Reducing Communication Uncertainty with Social Intelligibility: Challenges and Opportunities

We would love to hear your feedback on a new workshop draft paper presented at the CHI workshop, Designing for Uncertainty in HCI, when does Uncertainty Help? The…

New paper available online – Privacy by designers: software developers’ privacy mindset

A new paper is now available online by Empirical Software Engineering: “Privacy by designers: software developers’ privacy mindset“. The paper was led by Irit Hadar, and co-authored by Tomer Hasson,…