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
Post on "Privacy Policies as Contextual Integrity: Beyond Rules Compliance" co-authored with Madelyn Sanfilippo (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and Noah Apthorpe (Colgate University) https://www.dli.tech.cornell.edu/post/privacy-policies-as-contextual-integrity-beyond-rules-compliance
Professor Shvartzshnaider joined a virtual privacy chat with Jules Polonetsky (FPF) and Professor Helen Nissenbaum (Cornell Tech) to discuss the theory of privacy on contextual integrity as it relates to current tech and policy challenges.
New publication: "Stop the Spread: A Contextual Integrity Perspective on the Appropriateness of COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates"
New paper on a contextual integrity perspective of COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates with Shikun Zhang (CMU), Yuanyuan Feng (UVN), Helen Nissenbaum (DLI, Cornell Tech), Norman Sadeh (CMU) We present an empirical study exploring how privacy influences the acceptance of vaccination certificate (VC) deployments across different realistic usage scenarios. The study employed the privacy framework of Contextual […]
A paper on GKC-CI unifying framework for contextual norms and information governance was published in Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. GKC‐CI : A unifying framework for contextual norms and information governance by Shvartzshnaider, Y.; Sanfilippo, M. R.; and Apthorpe, A summary of the paper is available in Information Matters blog
Prof Shvartzshanider discussed privacy in virtual classrooms and his recent paper on "Virtual Classrooms and Real Harms: Remote Learning at U.S. Universities" Cohney Shaanan, Ross Teixeira, Anne Kohlbrenner, Arvind Narayanan, Mihir Kshirsagar, Yan Shvartzshnaider, and Madelyn Sanfilippo.The Seventeenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2021)
New paper on privacy and security risk of online educational platforms was accepted as part of the proceedings of The Seventeenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2021). Virtual Classrooms and Real Harms: Remote Learning at U.S. UniversitiesCohney Shaanan, Ross Teixeira, Anne Kohlbrenner, Arvind Narayanan, Mihir Kshirsagar, Yan Shvartzshnaider, and Madelyn Sanfilippo. Abstract: Universities […]
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), […]