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Helen Nissenbaum


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Privacy in Context, Values at Play in Digital Games, Emotion and focus

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Helen Nissenbaum is professor of Media, Culture and Communication and Computer Science at New York University, and a Director of the Information Law Institute. She is best known for her work on privacy, privacy law, trust, and security in the online world. Her context-based approach to privacy has been influential in United States government thinking about privacy issues.

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She is a contributor to the TrackMeNot privacy-through-obfuscation search engine extension for Firefox and Chrome, as well as the AdNauseam extension for Firefox, Chrome and Opera that employs similar privacy-through-obfuscation tactics against ad network data collection.

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Helen Nissenbaum Privacy at the Intersection of Ethics and Technology MCIR

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Helen Nissenbaum Wikipedia


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