The workshop aims to bring people together to present, discuss and share ideas based on ongoing and completed projects drawing on CI as their underlying conception of privacy.
The rough agenda at the moment comprises three parts. The first will include presentations of these projects. The second will be a moderated roundtable discussion on lessons learnt, future research directions, application challenges, ideas for collaborative projects, including, potentially, the development of a CI Tutorial to facilitate future applications. The workshop will end with a planning session of a full day event to take place in the Spring, to reach a broader community of users from US and beyond.
Note: This is an invitation-only event.
- The VACCINE Framework for Building DLP Systems
Yan Shvartzshnaider, Zvonimir Pavlinovic, Thomas Wies, Lakshminarayanan Subramanian, Prateek Mittal, and Helen Nissenbaum
- Contextual Integrity via Community Participation
Darakhshan Mir, Mark Latonero, Yan Shvartzshnaider
- Contextual Integrity through the Lens of Computer Science
Sebastian Benthall, Seda Gürses, Helen Nissenbaum
- Privacy Default(s) by Design?
A Contextual Analysis of Cybersecurity Information Sharing
- CI for Research Ethics
- Privacy as Commons: Case Evaluation through the
Governing Knowledge CommonsFramework
Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo,
Brett Frischmann, and Katherine J. Strandburg
- Discovering IoT Smart Home Privacy Norms
using Contextual Integrity
Noah Apthorpe, Yan Shvartzshnaider, Arunesh Mathur,
Dillon Reisman, Nick Feamster
- 'No Telling Passcodes Out Because They’re Private':
Understanding Children’s Mental Models of Privacy and
Priya Kumar, Shalmali Milind Naik,
Utkarasha Ramesh Devkar, Marshini Chetty,
Tamara L. Clegg, and Jessica Vitak
- 'Tolerating Talkative Toys':
Privacy Norms in Children’s IoT Devices using Contextual Integrity.
- Topics TBD
Spring event and CI Tutorial planning