Below are articles published and presentations given during this project by research team members on topics related to mobile privacy.
Zimmer, M., Kumar, P., Vitak, J., Liao, Y., & Kritikos, K. (in press). “There’s nothing really they can do with this information”: Unpacking how users manage privacy boundaries for personal fitness information. Information, Communication, and Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2018.1543442 [pdf]
Liao, Y., Vitak, J., *Kumar, P., Zimmer, M., & Kritikos, K. (2019). Understanding the role of privacy and trust in intelligent personal assistant adoption. Proceedings of the 13th Annual iConference, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (iConference). [pdf]
Pridmore, J., Mols, A., Wang, Y., & Holleman, F. (2018). Keeping an Eye on the Neighbours. The Police Journal. DOI: 10.1177/0032258X18768397 [pdf]
Mathur, A., Chetty, M., Vitak, J., & Narayan, A. (2018). Characterizing the use of privacy enhancing browser extensions. Proceedings of the Fourteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security.
Vitak, J., Liao, Y., Kumar, P., Zimmer, M., & Kritikos, K. (2018). Privacy attitudes and data valuation among fitness tracker users. Proceedings of the 13th Annual iConference. [pdf]
Dogruel, L., Joeckel, S., & Vitak, J. (2017). The valuation of privacy premium features for smartphone apps: The influence of defaults and experts. Computers in Human Behavior, 77, 230-239. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2017.08.035
Zimmer, M. Kritikos, K.C., Vitak, J., Kumar, P, & Liao, Y. (2018, October). Privacy boundaries and information flow solipsism in the personal fitness information ecosystem. Presentation at the Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Mols, A., & Pridmore, J. (2018). “Work and personal life, they just blur together”: Messaging apps and the amplification of workplace surveillance and context collapse. Presentation at Surveillance and Society (SSN) Conference, Aarhus, Denmark. [pdf of slides]
Vitak, J., Liao, Y., Kumar, P., Zimmer, M., & Kritikos, K.C. (2018, May). “Fitness stuff is for me, not for everybody else”: Unpacking how fitness tracker users manage privacy boundaries for personal fitness information. Presentation at the Information Ethics Roundtable, Copenhagen, Denmark. [ppt of slides]
Pridmore, J., & Mols, A. (2018). Personal choices and the production of situated data: Privacy negotiations and concerns with home communicative devices. Presentation at the Big Data Surveillance Workshop, Stirling, Scotland. [pdf of slides]
Vitak, J. (2018). “Where’s my data going? Privacy, security, and ethical challenges in the era of ubiquitous data collection. Michigan Interactive and Social Computing, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, March 23, 2018 [pdf of slides]
Zimmer, M., Kumar, P., Vitak, J., Liao, Y., & Kritikos, K. (2018, May). “There’s nothing really they can do with this information”: Unpacking how users manage privacy boundaries for personal fitness information. Paper presented at the 68th International Communication Association Conference, Prague, Czech Republic. [pdf of slides]
Mols, A., Pridmore, J., & Trottier, D. (2017). Watching our neighbours: The negotiation of privacy in neighbourhoods. Presentation at TILTing conference, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands. [pdf of slides]
Mols, A., & Pridmore, J. (2017). Citizens, safety and the precariousness of digital community initiatives Presentation at 4S Conference, Boston, MA. [pdf of slides]