I am a Ph.D. candidate in Computation, Organizations, and Society at Carnegie Mellon University. My research uses information design to educate people about data privacy. I have projects on passwords, location-sharing, privacy policies, mobile apps, Twitter, and Facebook grouping. My thesis is on the design and use of standardized, user-friendly privacy displays for web privacy policies and Android application permission displays.
More information on my published papers, collaborators, ongoing research projects and my 2012 academic job search.
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