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Does Profiling Make Us More Secure?
IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine
By Shari Lawrence Pfleeger,Marc Rogers,Masooda Bashir,Kelly Caine,Deanna Caputo,Michael Losavio,Sal Stolfo
Issue Date:July 2012
“Profiling” means making predictions about likely user behavior based on collected characteristics and activities. Shari Lawrence Pfleeger and Marc Rogers brought together a group of researchers from a variety of disciplines to discus...
Security and Privacy in Health IT [Guest editors' introduction]
IEEE Security & Privacy
By Kelly Caine,Michael Lesk
Issue Date:November 2013
To address health IT's unique security and privacy issues, researchers study validation methods to improve the accuracy of records, encryption techniques to conceal information in transit, anonymization to permit distribution of health data without reveali...
Consumer engagement in health technologies special interest group
Found in: CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA '13)
By Karen Cheng, Kay Connelly, Kelly Caine, Wanda Pratt
Issue Date:April 2013
How do we keep consumers engaged in using health technologies? We welcome all researchers and practitioners who are interested in this question to join us for a spirited discussion, hosted by the CHI Health Community.
The effect of monitoring by cameras and robots on the privacy enhancing behaviors of older adults
Found in: Proceedings of the seventh annual ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI '12)
By Mary Carter, Kelly Caine, Selma Sabanovic
Issue Date:March 2012
This paper describes the results of an experimental study in which older adult participants interacted with three monitoring technologies designed to support their ability to age in place in their own home - a camera, a stationary robot, and a mobile robot...
Reconciling privacy with social media
Found in: Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work Companion (CSCW '12)
By Lorraine Kisselburgh, Cliff Lampe, Heather Richter Lipford, Kelly Caine, Pamela J. Wisniewski
Issue Date:February 2012
Social media is one way that individuals share information, present themselves, and manage their social interactions in both personal and professional contexts. While social media benefits have been examined in the literature, relatively little attention h...
Audience visualization influences disclosures in online social networks
Found in: Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems (CHI EA '11)
By Kelly Caine, Lorraine G. Kisselburgh, Louise Lareau
Issue Date:May 2011
One of the major concerns about online social networks (OSNs) is privacy. We introduce visualization and numeric audience information as potential interface solutions to the problem of privacy behaviors that are misaligned with privacy preferences. Finding...
Why it works (when it works): success factors in online creative collaboration
Found in: Proceedings of the 16th ACM international conference on Supporting group work (GROUP '10)
By Amy Bruckman, Kelly Caine, Kevin Ziegler, Kurt Luther
Issue Date:November 2010
Online creative collaboration (peer production) has enabled the creation of Wikipedia and open source software (OSS), and is rapidly expanding to encompass new domains, such as video, music, and animation. But what are the underlying principles allowing on...
Privacy and technology: folk definitions and perspectives
Found in: CHI '08 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems (CHI '08)
By Arthur D. Fisk, Kelly Caine, Michelle Kwasny, Wendy A. Rogers
Issue Date:April 2008
In this paper we present preliminary results from a study of individual differences in privacy beliefs and relate folk definitions of privacy to extant privacy theory. Focus groups were conducted with younger and older adult participants who shared their i...
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