Reflections on Usable Privacy for Location-Awareness Systems
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For the past decade, the Value Sensitive Design Research Lab now at the University of Washington has been investigating privacy in public in relation to information technologies. More recently, we have begun collaborations with the Intel Research Seattle lab to extend those investigations to location-awareness technologies. In this brief paper, I offer ten propositions for privacy in the context of location-awareness technologies that have emerged from our work and continue to guide it. Finally, I end with a “deign to think with” for usable privacy.