August 08, 2022
ISR/CyLab well represented at SOUPS 2022
By Ryan Noone
There is no shortage of Carnegie Mellon (CMU) students and faculty participating in this year's Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS).
In its eighteenth year, the symposium, which was first hosted at CMU in 2005, will include four talks and four poster presentations from members of CyLab. The Institute's Director and SOUPS founder, Lorrie Cranor, is also set to chair one of the event's technical sessions, "Understanding Specific User Populations and Behaviors."
Session: Privacy and Security Tools
Monday, August 8th - 3:45 to 5:00 PM
- Evaluating the Usability of Privacy Choice Mechanisms
Hana Habib and Lorrie Faith Cranor, Carnegie Mellon University
- Directing iPhone Security Compromise in Simulated Stalkin Scenarios: Strategies and Obstacles
Andrea Gallardo, Hanseul Kim, Tianying Li, Lujo Bauer, and Lorrie Cranor, Carnegie Mellon University
Tuesday, August 9th - 9:00 to 10:00 AM
- Is it a concern or a preference? An investigation into the ability of privacy scales to capture and distinguish granular privacy constructs
Jessica Colnago, Google; Lorrie Faith Cranor and Alessandro Acquisti, Carnegie Mellon University; Kate Hazel Jain, University of Pittsburgh
- Winner of the IAPP SOUPS Privacy Award
- On recruiting and retaining users for security-sensitive longitudinal measurement panels
Akira Yamada, KDDI Research, Inc. and National Institute of Information and Communications Technology; Kyle Crichton, Carnegie Mellon University; Yukiko Sawaya, KDDI Research, Inc.; Jin-Dong Dong and Sarah Pearman, Carnegie Mellon University; Ayumu Kubota, KDDI Research, Inc.; Nicolas Christin, Carnegie Mellon University
- Out of Their Control: Investigating Privacy Attitudes and Behaviors Among Tinder Users
Elijah Bouma-Sims, Jacob Gursky, Sanjnah Kumar, Rebecca Stevens, Jasmine Tesfa, Stella Yan, and Lorrie Faith Cranor, Carnegie Mellon University
- Won Honorable Mention for Best Poster
- The Recipe for the Perfect Batch: Assessing New Cookie Category Terms
Adhishree Abhyankar, Rachna Sasheendran, Lydia Barit, Soha Jiwani, Lorrie Cranor, and Mireya Sotelo, Carnegie Mellon University
- How Usable Are iOS App Privacy Labels?
Shikun Zhang, Carnegie Mellon University; Yuanyuan Feng, University of Vermont; Yaxing Yao, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Lorrie Faith Cranor and Norman Sadeh, Carnegie Mellon University
- Privacy Label Wiz: Helping iOS Application Developers Create Accurate Privacy Labels
Jack Gardner, Carnegie Mellon University; Yuanyuan Feng, University of Vermont; Akshath Jain and Norman Sadeh, Carnegie Mellon University
The SOUPS 2022 conference will take place from August 7-9 in Boston, MA. Research papers and posters will be available on the symposium's website following the event.