Contours of Privacy: Social, Psychological and Normative Perspectives

I will be attending the “Countours of Privacy: Social, Psychological and Normative Perspectives” conference in Ottawa this weekend, sponsored by Members of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada research group, “On the Identity Trail: Understanding the Importance and Impact of Anonymity and Authentication in a Networked Society”, together with co-sponsors from the Centre on Values and Ethics at Carleton University and the Sheldon Chumir Foundation for Ethics in Leadership in Calgary, Alberta.

I will be presenting a version of my work on privacy and the design of vehicle safety communication technology, “Privacy on the Roads: How the Design of New Vehicle Safety Communication Technologies Impacts Drivers’ Privacy in Public” [PDF]

UPDATE: All the abstracts, and some complete papers, have been posted to the “On The Identity Trail” blog.

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