Push, Pull, and Spill: A Transdisciplinary Case Study in Municipal Open Government

Here we examine privacy and security policies for open government with an eye toward best practices. Municipalities across the US perceive the potential benefits to their organizations and the public at large from making the datasets they collect available online to the public. However, the same municipalities along with numerous scholars and public policy advocates are increasingly concerned about the consequences of releases of data about local residents. This paper was published in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal.

Toys That Listen: A Study of Parents, Children, and Internet-Connected Toys

With an intended audience of designers and regulators, this project brings an interdisciplinary group of experts together to build a set of consumer protection best practices for design and user control of connected devices in the home. This paper was presented at CHI ’17: ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Augmented Reality: Hard Problems of Law and Policy

In this paper, from the 2014 Workshop on Usable Privacy & Security for wearable and domestic ubIquitous DEvices (UPSIDE 2014), an interdisciplinary research team describes their vision of AR and explores the unique and difficult problems AR presents for law and policy–including privacy, free speech, discrimination, and safety.