Personal Privacy in the Digital Age

I've worked with scholars at Princeton, the Data & Society Institute, Yahoo!, IT University Copenhagen, and University of California, Irvine on various studies of personal data privacy. This has resulted in papers and talks at conferences from Theorizing the Web to the flagship ACM CHI conference on human-computer interaction, as well as numerous opinion pieces and interviews with media online and offline. I'm also known for taking unusual steps in my digital life to explore alternatives to big data collection, tracking, and the "personalized web," including being a conscientious objector to Google, and using these insights to think forward about new research, policy, and design approaches to ethical issues in technology.
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