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Commentating at the “The Problem of Theorizing Privacy” workshop

Eran will be commentating on a presentation by Helen Nissenbaum, “Contextual Integrity Up and Down the Data Food Chain” at the International Workshop: The Problem of Theorizing Privacy, organized…

Oshrat is presenting at HICSS

Oshrat will talk about our study, “Crowdsourcing Privacy Design Critique: An Empirical Evaluation of Framing Effects”, at HICSS’51, Thursday, January 4th, at the Kona 1 room.

Assessing the potential of crowdsourcing package delivery using mobility data

All are welcome to Ayelet Arditi’s talk about “Assessing the potential of crowdsourcing package delivery using mobility data”, Tuesday, January 2nd, at 9:00 at the Graduate Seminar at…

Send your position paper to our CHI 2018 workshop: Moving beyond a “one-size fits all” approach: Exploring Individual Differences in Privacy

Please consider sending your position paper to our CHI 2018 workshop, Moving beyond a “one-size fits all” approach: Exploring Individual Differences in Privacy. The workshop, organized by the amazing students…

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…

IsraHCI 2018 Program is out

IsraHCI is the yearly event for the Israeli HCI research community. This year it will be held at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, at January 4th, 2018. The…

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…