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September 13-14, Princeton University.

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Contact: privaci.research@gmail.com

Thursday, September 13
2:00pm 
     Registration
2:30pm 
     Welcome
2:45-3:45pm
        CI and Society #1
    Chair: Jake Goldenfein
    • Contextual Integrity as Commons Governance
      in Online Political Organizing
      Slides
      Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo and Katherine Strandburg
    • Knowing and believing: Privacy literacy, privacy self-efficacy
      and context in privacy-protecting behaviors
      Slides
      Dmitry Epstein and Kelly Quinn
    • Situated Information Flow
      Slides
      Sebastian Benthall
    • Privacy and Religious Views
      Slides
      Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo and Yafit Lev-Aretz
Short Break
4:00-5:00m
        CI and Society #2
    Chair: Ben Zevenbergen
    • Applying Contextual Integrity to the Cambridge Analytica Case
      Paper|Slides
      Catherine Dwyer
    • Analyzing Privacy Policies Using Contextual Integrity Annotations
      Paper|Slides
      Yan Shvartzshnaider, Noah Apthorpe, Nick Feamster and Helen Nissenbaum
    • Enforcing Contextual Integrity With Exposure Control
      Paper|Slides
      Mainack Mondal and Blase Ur
Short Break
5:15-6:00pm
        PrivaCI Challenge
6:30pm
        Discussion over Dinner
Friday, September 14
9:00am
        Coffee and Refreshments
9:30-10:20 
        CI in Smart Homes and IoT
    Chair: Güneş Acar
    • Disentangling Privacy in Smart Homes
      Slides
      Martin J Kraemer and Ivan Flechais
    • On Engineering AI Agents for Privacy
      Slides
      Rafa Gálvez and Seda Gürses
    • Use Case: Passively Listening Personal Assistants
      Paper
      Nathan Malkin, Primal Wijesekera, Serge Egelman,
      David Wagner
Short Break
10:30-11:20
        CI and HCI
    Chair: Michael Byrne
    • Contextual Integrity as a Conceptual, Analytical,
      and Educational Tool for Research
      Paper|Slides
      Priya Kumar
    • The Emotional Context Of Information Privacy
      (15 min)
      Luke Stark
    • Literature Review: Examining Contextual Integrity
      within Human-Computer Interaction
      Slides
      CI-presentation Karla Badillo-Urquiola, Xinru Page, Pamela Wisniewski
Short Break
11:45-12:30
        CI based Systems Design
    Chair: Darakhshan Mir
    • Contextual Permission Models for Better Privacy Protection
      Paper | Slides
      Primal Wijesekera, Joel Reardon, Irwin Reyes, Lynn Tsai,
      Jung-Wei Chen, Nathan Good, David Wagner,
      Konstantin Beznosov, and Serge Egelman
    • Privacy Heuristics: How Users Manage Complex Contexts
      when Evaluating Mobile App Requests
      Slides
      Amit Rechavi, Eran Toch, Jason Hong
    • Privacy-Aware Programming for Microscale Data
      Slides
      Jason Waterman, Eugene Bagdasaryan , Matthew Griffith,
      Griffin Berlstein, Nate Foster, Eleanor Birrell
12:30-2pm
       Lunch and Conversation with Susanne Wetzel, Program Director SaTC, NSF
    Slides
2:00-2:55pm
        Discovering Users' Privacy Expectation
    Chair: Daniel Susser
    • Context Matters: Guidance for Applying the Fair Information
      Practice Principles in the Internet of Things
      Slides
      Paula Bruening and Heather Patterson
    • Studying User Expectations about Data Collection and
      Use by In-Home Smart Devices
      Slides
      Julia Bernd, Serge Egelman, Maritza Johnson,
      Nathan Malkin, Franziska Roesner, Madiha Tabassum,
      and Primal Wijesekera
    • Perceiving Patient Privacy in the Context of
      Heart-Failure Telemonitoring: Adapting the Contextual Integrity
      Framework to Gauge Patients’ Privacy Perspectives
      Slides
      Martin French and Heather Patterson
Break
3:15-4:00pm
    • Understanding Privacy and Contextual Integrity:
      A Personal Journey
      Slides
      Anupam Datta
4:00-5:00pm
    • Spillover, Discussion, and Wrap up
      (Marshini Chetty, Hellen Nissenbaum, Yan Shvartzshnaider)