Jennifer King, PhD
Jennifer King, PhD
Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intellgience
E-mail megerősítve itt: stanford.edu - Kezdőlap
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Americans reject tailored advertising and three activities that enable it
J Turow, J King, CJ Hoofnagle, A Bleakley, M Hennessy
Available at SSRN 1478214, 2009
3742009
How different are young adults from older adults when it comes to information privacy attitudes and policies?
CJ Hoofnagle, J King, S Li, J Turow
Available at SSRN 1589864, 2010
3062010
Privacy: is there an app for that?
J King, A Lampinen, A Smolen
Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS …, 2011
1392011
Bridging the gap between privacy and design
DK Mulligan, J King
U. Pa. J. Const. L. 14, 989, 2011
842011
Embedded RFID and everyday things: A case study of the security and privacy risks of the US e-passport
M Meingast, J King, DK Mulligan
2007 IEEE International Conference on RFID, 7-14, 2007
592007
What Californians understand about privacy offline
CJ Hoofnagle, J King
Available at SSRN 1133075, 2008
522008
How Come I'm Allowing Strangers to Go Through My Phone? Smartphones and Privacy Expectations.
J King
Smartphones and Privacy Expectations.(March 15, 2012), 2012
482012
CITRIS report: The San Francisco community safety camera program
J King, D Mulligan, S Raphael
Berkeley, California: University of California Center for Information …, 2008
37*2008
When it's better to ask forgiveness than get permission: attribution mechanisms for smartphone resources
C Thompson, M Johnson, S Egelman, D Wagner, J King
Proceedings of the Ninth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, 1-14, 2013
322013
Security user studies: methodologies and best practices
S Egelman, J King, RC Miller, N Ragouzis, E Shehan
CHI'07 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, 2833-2836, 2007
222007
CITRIS Report: The San Francisco Community Safety Camera Program-An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of San Francisco's Community Safety Cameras
J King, DK Mulligan, S Raphael
Available at SSRN 2183381, 2008
182008
Contrary to what marketers say, Americans reject tailored advertising and three activities that enable it
J Turow, J King, CJ Hoofnagle, A Bleakley, M Hennessy
Retrieved October 14, 2009, 2009
172009
Security and Privacy Risks of Embedded RFID in Everyday Things: the e-Passport and Beyond.
M Meingast, J King, DK Mulligan
J. Commun. 2 (7), 36-48, 2007
172007
Taken out of context: An empirical analysis of westin’s privacy scale
J King
Workshop on Privacy Personas and Segmentation, 2014, 2014
132014
Where's the beep? A case study of user misunderstandings of RFID
J King, A Selcukoglu
2011 IEEE International Conference on RFID, 192-199, 2011
122011
Where's the beep? A case study of user misunderstandings of RFID
J King, A Selcukoglu
2011 IEEE International Conference on RFID, 192-199, 2011
122011
Consumer information sharing: where the sun still don't shine
CJ Hoofnagle, J King
Available at SSRN 1137990, 2007
102007
A Supermajority of Californians Supports Limits on Law Enforcement Access to Cell Phone Location Information
J King, CJ Hoofnagle
Available at SSRN 1137988, 2008
72008
" Becoming Part of Something Bigger" Direct to Consumer Genetic Testing, Privacy, and Personal Disclosure
J King
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 3 (CSCW), 1-33, 2019
62019
Americans, marketers, and the internet: 1999-2012
J Turow, A Bleakley, J Bracken, MXD Carpini, N Draper, L Feldman, ...
Available at SSRN 2423753, 2014
62014
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