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How Do Tor Users Navigate Onion Services?

Posted on behalf of Philipp Winter, Annie Edmundson, Laura Roberts, Agnieskza Dutkowska-Żuk, Marshini Chetty, and Nick Feamster Our work on “How Tor Users Interact With Onion Services” will be presented at the upcoming USENIX Security conference in Baltimore in August. … Continue reading

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Developing Online Safety Resources for Elementary School Children at IDC 2018

Posted on behalf of Priya Kumar, Elizabeth Bonsignore, Marshini Chetty, Tammy Clegg, Brenna McNally, Jonathan Yang, and Jessica Vitak Our paper on “Co-Designing Online Privacy-Related Games and Stories with Children” will be presented at the international Interaction Design and Children … Continue reading

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Princeton HCI at CHI 2018

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My Path to Human-Centered Design at Princeton

Posted on behalf of Laura Herman. As I look forward to my position as a User Experience Researcher in Silicon Valley next year, I have begun to reflect on the four years at Princeton that prepared me for my next … Continue reading

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Understanding How Zero-Rated Internet Platforms Shape Usage at CHI 2018

Posted on behalf of Julie Romanosky. In this post, we summarize the findings of our upcoming CHI 2018 paper. What is Zero-Rating? Zero-rating is the process of providing subsidized digital content or access to the Internet for `free’. Usually sponsored by … Continue reading

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Trip Report – LISA conference 2017

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Posted on behalf of Lisa Rogers. What conference did I go to? I attended the USENIX Large Installation System Administration (LISA) conference. I was there to recruit participants for a study we are conducting on system administrators who handle software … Continue reading

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Kids and Privacy Online at CSCW 2018

Posted on behalf of Priya Kumar Below we share findings and recommendations from our paper on elementary school-aged children and privacy online that will be presented at the 2018 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW). … Continue reading

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Uncovering tensions in personal data management

At a time when the line between our online and offline lives becomes increasingly blurred, it is important to examine how people deal with the overwhelming amount of digital data they interact with on a daily basis. This paper report … Continue reading

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Distinguished Lecture in Human-Computer Interaction Speaker Series – Fall 2017 Edition

This year we are fortunate to host the Distinguished lecture series in Human-Computer Interaction. We have 4 amazing speakers coming – mark your calendars to get your full dose of a breadth of fantastic work by leaders in the field. … Continue reading

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Congratulations to KatieAnna Wolf for passing her final public oral (FPO)!

Congratulations to KatieAnna Wolf who gave a great presentation today on her work investigating user personalization of data sonification – that is the ability to use sound to represent different types of data. Katie’s work specifically examined how users can … Continue reading

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