Fred Stutzman

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Over the past decade, social network sites have experienced dramatic growth in popularity, reaching most demographics and providing new opportunities for interaction and socialization. Through this growth, users have been challenged to manage novel privacy concerns and balance nuanced trade-offs between disclosing and withholding personal information. To(More)
In recent years, massive amounts of identified and unidentified facial data have become available—often publicly so—through Web 2.0 applications. So have also the infrastructure and technologies necessary to navigate through those data in real time, matching individuals across online services, independently of their knowledge or consent. In the literature(More)
Much privacy research focuses on concerns about data protection and has established metrics, such as privacy scales, for evaluating those concerns. Recent work recognizes the importance of understanding interpersonal and interactional privacy concerns in social media, but ways to measure privacy within these contexts remain unsettled. This workshop aims to(More)