The Inclusive Privacy Project

Towards effective privacy for all

Privacy or security mechanisms are usually designed with the generic population in mind. As such, they often fall short of supporting many under-studied or marginalized sub-populations, such as children, older adults, people with disabilities, activists, journalists, victims of crimes or domestic violence, and people from non-western or developing countries.

The goal of this project is to design effective privacy mechanisms for people with disabilities, focusing on visual impairments. More broadly, this project aims to pave the way towards "Inclusive Privacy," a vision of designing effective privacy mechanism for the widest range of people possible.

Acknowledgements

This project is funded by the National Science Foundation, "CAREER: Inclusive Privacy: Effective Privacy Management for People with Visual Impairments" (CNS-1652497). This project is also supported in part by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR Grant 90DP0061-01-00). The views and conclusions contained herein are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as necessarily representing the official policies or endorsements, either expressed or implied, of the NSF, the NIDILRR or the US Government.

acknowledgments: NSF and the iSchool at University of Illinois

News

Recruiting Participants

We are recruiting participants with visual impairments for two user studies: GuardLens and Screen reader

New Papers

WebAlly
Z. Zhang, Z. Zhang, H. Yuan, N. Barbosa, S. Das, Y. Wang. WebAlly: Making Visual Task-based CAPTCHAs Transferable for People with Visual Impairments. SOUPS2021.

Accessible Privacy
Y. Wang and C. Price. Accessible Privacy. To appear in ``Modern Perspectives on Privacy'' Edited by Knijnenburg et al. Springer (2021).

WIPS workshop 2021

WIPS 2021

WIPS2021 workshop will be held online on August 7 and 8, 2021.