Luke Stark

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This paper examines one particular problem of values in cloud computing: how individuals can take advantage of the cloud to store data without compromising their privacy and autonomy. Through the creation of Lockbox, an encrypted cloud storage application, we explore how designers can use reflection in designing for human values to maintain both privacy and(More)
While there has been considerable academic work over the past decade on preserving and enhancing digital privacy, little of this scholarship has influenced practitioners in design or industry. By bringing together leading privacy academics and commercial stakeholders, this workshop builds on previous gatherings at ACM conferences and in the broader privacy(More)
The urge to document our lives isn't new, and as readers of this column, you're no doubt well aware of the many new self-tracking technologies-particularly those related to health. A large part of the appeal of health tracking devices stems from their seeming objectivity. Built on sensors and algorithms, these systems appear neutral and consistent,(More)
The aim of this one-day workshop is to share existing research and practice, and to develop new strategies and tools, for teaching values and design in HCI. Through collaborative group discussions and exercises, participants will critique and create approaches for making personal, social, and technical values a pedagogical focus in both traditional learning(More)
This workshop brings together scholars and practitioners of human-centered computing, requirements engineering, ethics and related fields. We will share knowledge and insights on methods to account for human values in information technology design. Through short presentations, group discussions and practical design group work, participants will collaborate(More)
This workshop seeks to expand our understanding and imaginations regarding the possible roles biosensors (sensors measuring humans) can-and should-play in everyday life. By applying a critical lens to issues of interpretation, representation, and experience around biosensing and biosensors, we aim to shape research agendas within DIS, and generate new(More)
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