Position Papers

Do I Really Have to Publicly Disclose My HIV Status? [PDF]          Mark Warner and Ann Blandford  Understanding Privacy in the MENA Region [PDF]          Mennatallah Saleh, Mohamed Khamis, Christian Sturm  From Collectives to Individuals: A Data-Driven Approach to Personal Privacy [PDF]          Natã M. Barbosa LGBTQ Privacy Concerns … Continue reading Position Papers


Date: Saturday April 21st 2018 • (9:00 AM) Welcome and Introductions : introduction and lightning talks • (10:00 AM) Large Group Discussion: Individual Differences and Privacy • (10:30 AM) Coffee Break: 15 minute break • (10:45 AM) Panel Discussion • (12:00 PM) Lunch: 90 minute break • (1:30 PM) Breakout activity: Designing for Individual Differences • (3:00 PM) Reporting Outcomes: After developing solutions in small … Continue reading Agenda


Organizers Daricia Wilkinson (Clemson University) is a PhD student in Human-centered computing at Clemson University. Her research focuses on understanding online privacy-decision making and exploring more usable solutions for privacy and recommender systems interfaces. Moses Namara (Clemson University) is a Facebook Scholar and PhD student in Human-centered computing at Clemson University. His research focuses on user-tailored privacy and … Continue reading Committee

Call for Participation

Overview The goal of this one-day workshop is to promote important discussions in the CHI community around the varied privacy needs and expectations of users, and rethink the “one-size fits all” approach to privacy. These issues are especially important for diverse populations, including people from different cultural backgrounds and users of various age ranges. We … Continue reading Call for Participation


As our lives become increasingly digitized, how people maintain and manage their networked privacy has become a formidable challenge for academics, practitioners, and policy-makers. A shift toward people-centered privacy initiatives has shown promise; yet many applications still adopt a “one-size fits all” approach, which fails to consider how individual differences in concerns, preferences, and behaviors … Continue reading About