My PhD title is Improving User Privacy in Mobile and Ubiquitous Health Technologies.
Health technologies offer various functionalities allowing users to track health parameters, but the privacy
risks from this data collection are not well understood. This project focuses on people's understanding of
inferences that can be made from data collected by these technologies, and whether their privacy preferences
match up to the reality of the privacy options available to them.
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Open access paper     Open data
This study looks at decisions made within the App Tracking Transparency framework,
which allows users to decide whether they would like their activity tracked for advertising purposes. We investigate
patterns and user motivation beind these decisions.
This project, funded by the SPRITE Network
split into two parts. The first is recording the ways users currently protect their privacy on their smartphones, and
the second is focused on the ways users interpret threats to their data privacy and how these threats might evolve
in the future.
Newcastle, July 24-25
Organiser of panel discussion on the intersection between Psychology and Cyber Security.
Bath, July 11-13
Bristol, May 11
Hamburg, April 23-28
Brighton, September 22-23
Online, August 7
Workshop mapping out the future of inclusive privacy and security research.