New York University 2001 - present
Professor, Department of Media, Culture and Communication; Computer Science
Associate Professor, Department of Media, Culture and Communication; Computer Science
Director, Information Law Institute. NYU Law School
Princeton University 1991-2001
Research Associate, University Center for Human Values, 1998-2001
Associate Director, University Center for Human Values, Program in Ethics & Public Affairs, 1991-1998
Lecturer, Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs, 1991-2001
Coordinator, Computer Science Department, Program in Science, Technology and Ethics 1991-2001
Ph.D. Philosophy (1983) Stanford University, Stanford, CA
M.A. Social Sciences in Education (1978) Stanford University, Stanford, CA
B.A. Mathematics and Philosophy (1975) University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
B.A. Honors in Philosophy, First Class (1976) University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Philosophy and politics of technology: ethical, social and political implications of information and communications technology and digital media (privacy, security, accountability, intellectual property, electronic publication, computing in education); Information and communications policy; Applied and professional ethics (engineering ethics, scientific integrity and research ethics)
Principle Investigator, Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing, NYU site, awarded June 2012, $1,625,000
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, IGERT: Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship, DGE-0966187, July 2010, NYU sub-award $514,377 (Total grant: $2,848,461 to NYU-Poly)
Co-Principal Investigator, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Strategic Healthcare Information Technology Advanced Research Projects on Security (SHARPS), April 2010, NYU sub-award $710,688 (Total grant: $15 million to Information Trust Institute, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Co-Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Scholarship for Service, September 2008, NYU-CIMS sub-award $262,187 (Total grant: $2.168 million to NYU/Poly)
Co-Principal Investigator, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), Program of the University Research Initiative (MURI), Collaborative Policies and Assured Information Sharing, ONR BAA 07-036 August 2008. $500,000 (Total grant: $4,453,881)
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Collaborative Research: GENI Working Group Meetings - Opt-in, CNS-0820795 September 2008. $49,997
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Cyber-Trust (CT) Collaborative Research, CT-M: Privacy, Compliance and Information Risk in Complex Organizational Processes, CNS-0831124 July 2008. $250,000 (Total grant: $1.2 million)
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Science of Design Collaborative Research: Values-at-Play - Integrating Social Factors into Design, CNS 0613893 September 2006. $537,243 (Total grant: $790,757)
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Collaborative Research: A Workshop on Values in the Design of Information Technology, SES-0352632 June 2004. $32,291
Project Director, Ford Foundation Grant, Values in Technology Design: Democracy, Autonomy, and Justice, May 2003. $100,000
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Research Agenda Workshop on Internet Research Ethics, Grant SBR-0135590 December 14-15, 2001, Lancaster University. $20,529
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Societal Values in an Age of Information Technology, Grant SBR-9806234. $75,000
Co-Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Network Security Responsive to Human Values: Theory and Practice (Co-Investigators: E. Felten, Princeton University and B. Friedman, Colby College), Grant SBR-9729447. $463,257
A. Conley, A. Datta, H. Nissenbaum, D. Sharma, "Sustaining Privacy and Open Justice in the Transition to Online Court Records: A Multidisciplinary Inquiry," Maryland Law Review, 71:3 (Summer 2012).
H. Nissenbaum, "From Preemption to Circumvention: If Technology Regulates Why Do We Need Regulation (and Vice Versa)?" Berkeley Technology Law Journal 26:3.
H. Nissenbaum, "A Contextual Approach to Privacy Online," Daedalus 140 (4), Fall 2011: 32-48.
V. Toubiana and H. Nissenbaum, "An Analysis of Google Log Retention Policies," The Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality Vol. 3: Iss. 1, Article 2.
H. Nissenbaum, "Privatsphäre im Kontext: Technologie, Politik und die Unversehrtheit des Sozialen," #public_life: Digitale Intimität, die Privatsphäre und das Netz, Band 8 der Reihe Bildung und Kultur, 2011.
F. Brunton and H. Nissenbaum, "Vernacular Resistance to Data Collection and Analysis: A Political Theory of Obfuscation," First Monday, 16(5), May 2011.
V. Toubiana, A. Narayanan, D. Boneh, H. Nissenbaum, and S. Barocas, "Adnostic: Privacy Preserving Targeted Advertising," Proceedings Network and Distributed System Symposium, March 2010.
S. Barocas and H. Nissenbaum, "On Notice: The Trouble with Notice and Consent," Proceedings of the Engaging Data Forum: The First International Forum on the Application and Management of Personal Electronic Information, October 2009.
L. Hansen and H. Nissenbaum, "Digital Disaster, Cyber Security, and the Copenhagen School," International Studies Quarterly, 53, 2009: 1155-1175.
D. Howe and H. Nissenbaum, "TrackMeNot: Resisting Surveillance in Web Search," In Lessons from the Identity Trail: Anonymity, Privacy, and Identity in a Networked Society, Eds. I. Kerr, C. Lucock, and V. Steeves, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.
M. Flanagan and H. Nissenbaum, "Design Heuristics for Activist Games," In Beyond Barbie and Mortal Kombat: New Perspectives on Gender and Computer Games, Eds. Y.B. Kafia, J. Denner, C. Heeter, and J. Sun, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2008, 265-279.
M. Flanagan, D. Howe, and H. Nissenbaum, "Embodying Values in Technology: Theory and Practice," In Information Technology and Moral Philosophy, Eds. Jeroen van den Hoven and John Weckert, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
M. Flanagan, D. Howe, and H. Nissenbaum, "Design Method Outline for Activist Gaming," In Worlds in Play, Eds. S. de Castell and J. Jensen, Peter Lang 2007, 241-248.
M. Flanagan and H. Nissenbaum, "A Game Design Methodology to Incorporate Social Activist Themes," Proceedings of CHI 2007, March 2007.
Y. Benkler and H. Nissenbaum, "Commons-Based Peer Production and Virtue," Journal of Political Philosophy 14(4), 2006: 394-419.
A. Barth, A. Datta, J. Mitchell, and H. Nissenbaum, "Privacy and Contextual Integrity: Framework and Applications," Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, May 2006. (Showcased in "The Logic of Privacy," The Economist, January 4, 2007.)
H. Nissenbaum, "Where Computer Security Meets National Security," Ethics and Information Technology, Vol. 7, No. 2, June 2005, 61-73. (Also in Cybercrime, Eds. Jack Balkin, James Grimmelmann, Eddan Katz, Nimrod Kozlovski, Shlomit Wagman, and Tal Zarsky, New York, NYU Press, 2007.)
M. Flanagan, D. Howe, and H. Nissenbaum, "Values at Play: Design Tradeoffs in Socially-Oriented Game Design," Proceedings of CHI 2005, 751-760.
H. Nissenbaum, "Values in Technical Design," Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Ethics, New York: Macmillan, 2005, lxvi-lxx.
H. Nissenbaum, "Information Technology and Ethics," Berkshire Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction, Great Barrington, MA, Berkshire Publishing Group, 2004, 235-239.
H. Nissenbaum, "Will Security Enhance Trust Online, or Supplant It?" In Trust and Distrust Within Organizations: Emerging Perspectives, Enduring Questions, Eds. R. Kramer and K. Cook, Russell Sage Publications (2004): 155-188.
H. Nissenbaum, "Hackers and the Contested Ontology of Cyberspace," New Media and Society, 6(2), 2004: 195-217.
H. Nissenbaum, "Privacy as Contextual Integrity," Washington Law Review Vol 79, No. 1, February 2004: 119-158.
H. Nissenbaum, "New Research Norms for a New Medium," In The Commodification of Information, Eds. N. Elkin-Koren and N. Netanel, The Hague: Kluwer Academic Press, 2002. 433-457.
H. Nissenbaum, "Hackers and the Battle for Cyberspace," Dissent, Fall 2002, 50-57.
H. Nissenbaum, "Securing Trust Online: Wisdom or Oxymoron," Boston University Law Review, June 2001 Volume 81, No.3 635-664.
(Reprinted in Virtual Publics: Policy and Community in an Electronic Age, Ed. B. Kolko, New York: Columbia University Press, 1983.)
L.J. Camp, C. McGrath, and H. Nissenbaum, "Trust: A Collision of Paradigms," Financial Cryptography 2001: Conference Proceedings, Springer Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS).
H. Nissenbaum, "How Computer Systems Embody Values," IEEE Computer, Mar. 2001, 120, 118-119.
L. Introna and H. Nissenbaum, "Shaping the Web: Why the Politics of Search Engines Matters," The Information Society, 16(3):1-17, 2000.
L. Introna and H. Nissenbaum, "Defining the Web: The Politics of Search Engines," IEEE Computer, January 2000, 54-62.
H. Nissenbaum, "Can Trust be Secured Online? A Theoretical Perspective" Etica e Politica, No. 2, December 1999.
H. Nissenbaum, "The Puzzle of Priority: New Conventions in Research for the Context of Electronic Publication," The Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics, Vol 1, No. 1, July 1999: 44-68.
H. Nissenbaum, "The Meaning of Anonymity in an Information Age," The Information Society 15:141-144, 1999.
(Reprinted in Readings in CyberEthics (2001), Eds. R.A. Spinello and H.T. Tavani, Sudbury: Jones and Bartlett.)
L. Introna and H. Nissenbaum, "Sustaining the Public Good Vision of the Internet: The Politics of Search Engines," Center for the Arts and Cultural Policy Studies, Working Paper #9, 1999, Princeton University.
H. Nissenbaum and D. Walker, "A Grounded Approach to Social and Ethical Concerns about Technology and Education," Journal of Educational Computing Research, Vol 19, No. 4, 1998: 411-432.
H. Nissenbaum, "Protecting Privacy in an Information Age: The Problem of Privacy in Public," Law and Philosophy, 17: 559-596, 1998.
H. Nissenbaum and D. Walker, "Will Computers Dehumanize Education? A Grounded Approach to Values at Risk," Technology in Society, 20, 1998, 237-273.
H. Nissenbaum, "Values in the Design of Computer Systems," Computers in Society, March 1998, 38-39.
H. Nissenbaum, "Values in Computer System Design: Bias and Autonomy," Ethics and Information Technology, Delhi: New Academic Press, 1998
H. Nissenbaum, "Toward an Approach to Privacy in Public: The Challenges of Information Technology," Ethics and Behavior, 7(3), 1997, 207-219.
(Reprinted in Readings in CyberEthics, Eds. R.A. Spinello and H.T. Tavani Sudbury: Jones and Bartlett, 2001.)
C. Mitcham and H. Nissenbaum, "Ethics and Technology," Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, London and New York: Routledge, 1998.
H. Nissenbaum, "Information Technology Ethics," Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, London and New York: Routledge, 1998.
B. Friedman and H. Nissenbaum, "Bias in Computer Systems," ACM Transactions on Information Systems, July 1996, 330-347.
H. Nissenbaum, "Accountability in a Computerized Society," In Science and Engineering Ethics, 1996, 2, 25-42.
H. Nissenbaum, "Should I Copy My Neighbor's Software?," In Computers, Ethics, and Social Responsibility, Eds. D. Johnson and H. Nissenbaum, Prentice Hall, 1995, 201-213.
(Reprinted in Business Ethics for the 21st Century (1997), Eds. D.M. Adams and E.W. Maine, Mountain View: Mayfield Publishing Company.)
(Reprinted in Computers and Ethics in the Cyberage (2001), Eds. D. M. Hester and P.J. Ford, Upper Saddle River: Prentice-Hall.)
(Reprinted in Ethics for Everyday (2001), Ed. David Benatar, New York: McGraw-Hall.)
B. Friedman and H. Nissenbaum, "Software Agents and User Autonomy," Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomous Agents, Feb., 1997, New York: ACM.
B. Friedman and H. Nissenbaum, "Bias in Computer Systems," Center for the Study of Language and Information, Technical Report No. CSLI-94-186, 1994, Stanford.
B. Friedman and H. Nissenbaum, "Discerning Bias in Computer Systems," in InterCHI '93 Adjunct Proceedings, Eds. S. Ashlund, K. Mullet, A. Henderson, E. Hollnagel, and T. White, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 141-142.
H. Nissenbaum, "Casual Copying," Proceedings of the National Conference on Computing and Values, August 1991, 15-22.
BOOKS AND REPORTS
K. Varnelis and H. Nissenbaum, Modulated Cities: Networked Spaces, Reconstituted Subjects, Situated Technologies Book Series, Pamphlet No. 9, (New York: The Architectural League of New York, 2011).
H. Nissenbaum, Privacy in Context: Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life, (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2010), Spanish Translation (Mexico City: Océano, 2011).
L. Introna and H. Nissenbaum, Facial Recognition Technology: A Survey of Policy and Implementation Issues, Report of the Center for Catastrophe Preparedness and Response, NYU (2009).
M. Price and H. Nissenbaum (Eds.), Academy and The Internet, (New York, Peter Lang Publishing Company, 2004).
D. Johnson and H. Nissenbaum (Eds.), Computers, Ethics, and Social Values, (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, 1995).
H. Nissenbaum, Emotion and Focus, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985).
Adnostic (with Dan Boneh, Arvind Narayanan, and Vincent Toubiana: 2009 - updates ongoing) A Firefox browser extension designed to enable ad targeting without third-party online tracking.
TrackMeNot (with Daniel Howe and Vincent Toubiana: 2006 - updates ongoing) A Firefox browser extension designed to protect web-search against identification, surveillance, and profiling.
Faculty Advisory Board, New York University Press
Editorial Advisory Board, Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Ethics (2005 MacMillan Reference, USA)
Associate Editor (and co-founder), Journal of Ethics and Information Technology (Kluwer Academic Publishers)
Editorial Advisory Board, The Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality
Editorial Board, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Editorial Board, Research in Philosophy and Technology
SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Co-Organizer, Workshop on Interdisciplinary Studies on Security and Privacy, NYU Abu Dhabi Institute, October 2010
Invited Participant, Risk of Data Sharing in Genomics Workshop, University of Colorado Medical Campus, August 2010
Invited Participant, GENI Experimenters' Workshop, Princeton University, July 2010
Invited Participant, Cloud Computing Retreat, Consumer Federation, New York, June 2010
Panelist, Author meets Critic, Privacy in Context, Privacy Law Scholars Conference, George Washington University, June 2010
Co-director, Values in Design 2K10 Workshop, May 2010
Panelist, National Science Foundation, May 2010
Member, Advisory Board, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), June, 2009 - present
Member, Programme Committee, 8th International Conference of Computer Ethics: Philosophical Inquiry, Ionian University, Corfu, Greece, June 2009
Co-organizer, DIMACS Workshop on Internet Privacy: Facilitating Seamless Data Movement with Appropriate Controls, September 2008
Member, Coordinating Group for NSF Network Science and Engineering (NetSCE) Initiative, 2008 - present
Member, GENI Science Council, 2005-2007
Invited Participant, Symposium on E-Learning: New National and International Policy Perspectives, (download pdf) Boulder, CO, February 2006
National Academy of Sciences, NRC Committee on Privacy in an Information Age, May 2002 - present
Board of Advisors, Public Knowledge
Invited participant, National Science Foundation Workshop on Science, Technology and Democracy
Provost's Visiting Committee for the Communications and New Media Programme, National University of Singapore, March 2008
Member, Markle Connecting for Population Health Challenge Team, 2007
Program Committee, Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry, 2007
Organizing Committee, National Science Foundation Science of Design Meeting for Principal Investigators
Selection Committee, SSRC Digital Cultures and Information Project, 2004
Workshop Co-Director (with Monroe Price), Public Values, System Design and the Public Domain, Rockefeller Foundation Study and Conference Center, Bellagio, Italy, March 2003
Program Committee, International Conference on Computer Ethics: A Philosophical Enquiry (CEPE'01), University of Lancaster, December 2001
Advisory Board, Public Knowledge
Advisory Board, Ethics Center in Science and Engineering on the World Wide Web
Executive Board, Society for Philosophy and Technology, 1996-present
Program Committee, ACM Computing Policy Conference, Washington DC, May 1998
Program Committee, International Conference on Computer Ethics: A Philosophical Enquiry (CEPE'98), London School of Economics, December 1998
Conference Organizer, Design for Values: Ethical, Societal & Policy Dimensions for Information Technology, DIMACS National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center, 1998
Board of Trustees, e-thepeople, 2004-2006
Advisory Panel, Societal Dimensions of Engineering, Science and Technology, National Science Foundation 1999-2002
Committee Member, National Academy of Sciences, On Being a Researcher/Scholar in the Digital Age
Member, ACM Committee on Licensing of Software Engineers
Advisory Committee, AAAS, Project on Anonymity on the Internet, 1997
Site Visit Evaluation Team, New Haven, Connecticut. National Science Foundation, Ethics and Values Studies Program
Invited participant, National Science Foundation Workshop on Human Information Processing and Decision Making in Complex Information Systems, Washington DC. April 2001
SERVICE AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Faculty Board, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Security and Privacy (CRISSP)
Chair, Departmental Committee on Personnel, 2009-10
Chair, Departmental Search Committee, 2009-10
Member, Dean's Advisory Committee on Tenure and Promotion, 2009-10
Chair, Departmental Committee on Personnel, 2009
Chair, Departmental Search Committee, 2009
Co-director, NYU/Poly Center for Research on Security and Privacy, 2008-present
Departmental Ph.D. Committee, 2009
Departmental Search Committee, 2005-06
Steinhardt Dean’s Advisory Committee for Associate Dean Search, 2004-05
Humanities Council Steering Committee, 2005-08
University Task Force on Culture and Communication, 2003-04
Service Award, Steinhardt School of Education, 2002-03
Chair, Departmental Search Committee, 2002-03
Chair, Study Committee for Departmental Policy and Priorities, 2003-04
Ph.D. Advising and Miscellaneous Departmental Committees
SELECTED PRESENTATIONS: 2005 - present
"Respect for Contexts: What it is and what it isn’t," Keynote Lecture, Amsterdam Privacy Conference, October 2012
"What Privacy Protects Online," Keynote Lecture, Amsterdam Privacy Conference, October 2012
"Are Informational Norms Useful in Audit?" SHARPS/OHIT Workshop on Audit & HIE, Chicago, August 2012
"Privacy in Context Online," Alcatel-Lucent Research Colloquium, Paris, June 2012
"Technology, Law, and Democratic Legitimacy," Keynote Lecture, Digital Enlightenment Forum: Governance in the Digital Society, Luxembourg, June 2012
"Obfuscation: Sacrilege in the data–driven society," Speculative Futures: Critical Perspectives on Risk, Uncertainty, and Security, UC Santa Barbara, May 2012
"Respect for Context in Privacy Online," Liberation Technology Program Colloquium, Stanford University, March 2012
"Privacy: Computing, IT, Digital Media," NITRD Symposium, Washington DC, February 2012
"A Contextual Approach to Privacy Online," I3P Consortium Meeting, New York City, February 2012
"A Contextual Approach to Privacy Online," Communications Colloquium, Columbia University, December 2011
"A Contextual Approach to Privacy Online," The American Academy of Arts and Sciences Briefing on New Models for Internet Privacy and Security, Washington DC, November 2011
"Privacy and Open Justice," 8th Conference on Privacy and Public Access to Court Records, William and Mary School of Law, Williamsburg, November 2011
"At What Cost?: The Privacy Issues that Must Be Considered in a Digital World," The Futures of Entertainment Conference, MIT Program in Comparative Media Studies, November 2011
"Obfuscation: Science, Politics, and Ethics of a Vernacular Response to Privacy Threats," Distinguished Lecture Series, Computer Science Department, University of Illinois, Chicago, October 2011
"A Contextual Approach to Privacy Online," Google, Mountain View, August 2011
"At What Cost?: The Privacy Issues that Must Be Considered in a Digital World," The Futures of Entertainment Conference, MIT Program in Comparative Media Studies, November 2011
"Sustaining both Privacy and Open Justice in the Transition from Local to Online Access to Court Records: A Multidisciplinary Inquiry," (with Amanda Conley, Anupam Datta, and Divya Sharma) Privacy Law Scholars Conference, Berkeley, June 2011
"Contextual Integrity: A Theory of Privacy and its Value," Center for Integrated Business Research and Education, Oakland University, March 2011
"Why Privacy Online is Different, and Why it Isn't," CIS Speaker Series, Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, Stanford Law School, March 2011
"From Preemption to Circumvention: If Technology Regulates Why Do We Need Regulation (and Vice Versa)?" David E. Nelson Keynote, Technology and Regulation Symposium, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, UC Berkeley, March 2011
"Why Privacy Online is Different and Why It Isn't," Deirdre G. Martin Memorial Lecture on Privacy Law, Centre for Law, Technology and Society, University of Ottawa, February 2011
"Privacy Online: What We Can Learn from the Fourth Amendment," Symposium on Privacy Jurisprudence as an Instrument of Social Change," University of Pennsylvania Law School, January 2011
"Does Privacy in Context Endorse Moral Relativism?" 2010 Uehiro/Carnegie/Oxford Conference, University of Oxford, December 2010
"Privacy Challenges of Patient-Centric Health Information Systems" (with A. Datta, N. Dave, J. Mitchell, and D. Sharma), HealthSec Workshop, Washington DC, August 2010
"Privacy in Context: Technology, Policy and the Integrity of Social Life," Haifa University Law School, Israel, June 2010
"What's Wrong with Online Behavioral Advertising," Joint Colloquium of the Philosophy Department and Digital Humanities Center, Dartmouth, May 2010
"Values in Design: Adnostic and TrackMeNot," Information Trust Institute Seminar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, March 15, 2010
"The Ethics of Ethnographic Research in Public Places," Ethics Center Colloquium: Outreach, Consultation and Survival in Economic Hard Times, Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Indiana University, Cincinnati, OH, March 4-7, 2010
"A PAIT Case Study: Online Behavioral Advertising & Contextual Integrity," PAIT Workshop: Ethical Guidance for Research and Application of Pervasive and Autonomous Information Technology, Indiana University Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 3-4, 2010
"Liberating Legal Information: The Law.gov Movement," Invited panelist (with Carl Malamud and Nicholas Bramble), New York Law School, February 2010
"Defining Transparency," Invited Panelist, Workshop on Open Government: Defining, Designing, and Sustaining Transparency, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University, January 2010
"Privacy, Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life," Keynote, HUGO Symposium on Genomics and Ethics, Law and Society: Sequencing of Individual Genomics: Impact on Society and Ethics, Geneva, Switzerland, November 1-3, 2009
"Confidentiality and Contextual Integrity," NSF Workshop on Confidential Data Collection for Innovation Analysis in Organizations, Redmond, WA, September 9-10, 2009
"Privacy in Context," US France Young Engineering Scientist Symposium, US-NSF and Office of Science and Technology (France), Washington DC, July 2009
"What's Wrong with Behavioral Advertising?" 8th International Conference of Computer Ethics: Philosophical Inquiry, Ionian University, Corfu, Greece, June 2009
"Respecting Privacy: Risk/Benefit versus Privacy," Data Risk Workshop, NYU Stern Center for Digital Economy Research and IBM Research, New York, April 2009
"Privacy, Technology, and the Integrity of Social Life," Conference on Privacy Rights and Wrongs: Balancing Moral Priorities for the 21st Century, Center for Ethics Education at Fordham University, April 2009
"Terms of Service: A Play in One Act," Symposium on Information Intermediaries in the Information Society, Center on Law and Information Policy, March 27, 2009 (download pdf)
"Values at Play in Digital Games and TrackMeNot," Colloquium of the Information Science Program, Cornell University, February 2009
"Privacy and the Integrity of Social Life," Conference on The Right to Privacy and Individual Liberties - from Ancient Times to the Cyberspace Age, Institute for American and Talmudic Law, January 2009
"Contextual Integrity and Court Records," Conference on Privacy and Public Access to Court Records, William and Mary Law School, November 2008
"Does Privacy Still Matter in the Information Age?" Institute for Advanced Study, October 2008
"Privacy in Organizations" (with Anupam Datta), NSF Workshop on Organizations and Innovation, NSF Headquarters, Arlington, VA, July 2008
"Contextual Integrity as a Normative Guide for Privacy," Distinguished Lecture Series, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley, April 2008
"Contextual Integrity as a Normative Guide for Privacy," Conference on Windows into the Soul: Surveillance in an Age of High Technology, Harvey-Mudd College, March 2008
"Contextual Integrity as a Normative Guide to Privacy," BSF/DINACS/Dy/Dan Workshop on Data Privacy, February 2008
"Contextual Integrity as a Normative Guide to Privacy," Colloquium of the Information Society Project, Yale School of Law, February 2008
"TrackMeNot: Politics through Technology," Connecticut-Trinity-Wesleyan Computer Science Distinguished Lecture Series, February 2008
"Deconstructing the Private/Public Dichotomy for the Sake of Privacy," CFP Privacy and Security Working Group: Communications Futures Program, MIT, October 2007
"Contextual Integrity," Goodbye Privacy Festival Symposium, Ars Electronica, Linz Austria, September 2007
"TrackMeNot: Politics through Technology," Santa Fe Institute, August 2007
"TrackMeNot: Contesting the Terms of Access to Knowledge Online," Conference on Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry, San Diego, July 2007
"Deconstructing the Private/Public Distinction for the Sake of Privacy," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, February 2007
"Deconstructing the Private/Public Distinction for the Sake of Privacy," Faculty Colloquium, Faculty of Law, University of Haifa, December 2006
"Privacy as Contextual Integrity" (download pdf), Invited Panelist, Conference on Consumer Protection in the Next Tech-Ade, Federal Trade Commission, Washington DC, November 2006
"Privacy and Information Technology: Trouble with the Private/Public Dichotomy," Invited Colloquium, Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions, Indiana University, October 2006
"Formal Representation of Privacy as Contextual Integrity," Invited talk, Privacy and Accountability Workshop, MIT, July 2006
"Contextual Integrity in Ubicomp Design," Annual Meeting of the AAAS, St. Louis, February 2006
"Contextual Integrity: A Conservative Approach to Privacy," (download pdf) Yale University Technology and Ethics Working Group Speaker Series, November 2005
"Plagiarism, Self-Plagiarism, and Norms of Scientific Research"Conference on Plagiarism Across the Science Disciplines, NYU Medical Center, October 2005
"New Design Methods for Activist Gaming" (with M. Flanagan & D. Howe), International Conference of the Digital Games Research Association, Vancouver, June 2005
"A Cultural Approach to Privacy: Meeting the Challenges of Information Technology," Colloquium, Program in Science, Technology and Society, Drexel University, May 2005
"Values at Play",Command Lines: Conference on the Emergence of Governance in Global Cyberspace, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, April 2005
"Privacy as Contextual Integrity," Symposium on Law and Information Society, Fordham University Law School, April 2005
"Values at Play: Design Tradeoffs in Socially-Oriented Game Design" (with Mary Flanagan and Daniel Howe), CHI 2005, Oregon, April 2005
"Privacy in Context," Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, March 2005
"Anonymity and Contextual Integrity," The Concealed I: Anonymity, Identity and the Prospect of Privacy, University of Ottawa, March 2005
Gaia Bernstein, 2005, NYU Law School, Dissertation Committee
Azi Lev-On, 2005, NYU Politics Department, Dissertation Committee
Bilge Yesil, 2005, NYU Department of Media, Culture & Communication, Dissertation Committee
Michael Zimmer, 2008, NYU Department of Media, Culture & Communication, Dissertation Committee Chair
Joseph Reagle, 2008, NYU Department of Media, Culture & Communication, Dissertation Committee Chair
Daniel Howe, 2009, NYU Department of Computer Science, Dissertation Committee
Alice Marwick, 2010, NYU Department of Media, Culture & Communication, Dissertation Committee
Manuel Arriaga 2010, NYU Stern School of Business, Dissertation Committee
Travis Hall (in process), NYU Department of Media, Culture & Communication, Chair, Dissertation Committee
Solon Barocas (in process), NYU Department Media, Culture & Communication, Chair, Dissertation Committee
Kyle Rentschler (in process), NYU Department Media, Culture & Communication, Chair, Dissertation Committee