Her studies deal with areas such as Digital media, Subversion, Persuasion, Coercion and Covert as well as Autonomy. Her research integrates issues of Salient and Harm in her study of Behavioral targeting. Helen Nissenbaum interconnects Crowdsourcing, Data collection and Audit in the investigation of issues within Contextual integrity.
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Privacy in Context: Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life
American Behavioral Scientist (2009)
Privacy as contextual integrity
Washington Law Review (2004)
Commons-based Peer Production and Virtue
Yochai Benkler;Helen Nissenbaum.
Journal of Political Philosophy (2006)
Shaping the Web: Why the Politics of Search Engines Matters
Lucas D. Introna;Helen Nissenbaum.
The Information Society (2000)
Bias in computer systems
Batya Friedman;Helen Nissenbaum.
ACM Transactions on Information Systems (1996)
Digital Disaster, Cyber Security, and the Copenhagen School
Lene Hansen;Helen Nissenbaum.
International Studies Quarterly (2009)
Adnostic: Privacy Preserving Targeted Advertising.
Vincent Toubiana;Arvind Narayanan;Dan Boneh;Helen Nissenbaum.
network and distributed system security symposium (2010)
A Contextual Approach to Privacy Online
Privacy and contextual integrity: framework and applications
A. Barth;A. Datta;J.C. Mitchell;H. Nissenbaum.
ieee symposium on security and privacy (2006)
Embodying values in technology: Theory and practice
Mary Flanagan;Daniel C. Howe;Helen Nissenbaum.
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