January 2014

New paper accepted. The emergence of portable private-personal territory (PPPT): Smartphones, social conduct, and public spaces

A new paper was recently accepted to the journal Urban Studies:┬áThe emergence of portable private-personal territory (PPPT): Smartphones, social conduct, and public spaces. The paper is a collaboration…

Oshrat’s lecture in IsraHCI 2014: Managing Longitudinal Privacy in Online Social Networks

Oshrat presented her M.A. thesis research, “Retrospective Privacy: Managing Longitudinal Privacy in Online Social Networks” at IsraHCI, the second Israeli Research Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. You can view…