We develop methodologies and privacy-enhancing tools to help incorporate a socially meaningful conception of privacy which meets peoples' expectations and is ethically defensible.
Research Interests (see selected publications)
- Usable privacy
- Sociotechnical systems
- Contextual Integrity: Theory and Applications
- Information Technology Policy
Please get in touch, if you are interested in working on any of the above or other privacy related research topics!
- Prof. Shvartzshnaider took part in a panel discussion on Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Privacy: the Role of Contextual Integrity in Supporting Diverse Inquiries and Contextual Practice "Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Privacy: The Role of Contextual Integrity in Supporting Diverse Inquiries and Contextual Practice" brings together a panel of experts from Business (Kirsten Martin, University of Notre Dame), […]
- A paper on "Data and Privacy in a Quasi-Public Space: Disney World as a Smart City" co-authored by Professor Sanfilippo and Professor Shvartzshnaider, was named the2021 winner of the Lee Dirks Award for Best Full Research Paper. In the news: YFile story