iLunch Talk (April 23) Lattice-Based Contextual Integrity Analysis of Social Network Privacy Policies
Lattice-Based Contextual Integrity Analysis of Social Network Privacy Policies
When: Friday April 23, 12 noon – 1:00 pm
Where: Zoom Meeting ID: 863 9169 3528 Password: 393849
Who: Stephen Kaplan, Dylan Bulmer, Avery Gosselin
Affiliation: PERC_Lab, SCIS
Stephen Kaplan is a third-year honors student studying computer science and mathematics at the University of Maine. He joined UMaine’s Privacy Engineering – Regulatory Compliance Research Lab (PERC_Lab) in October 2018, and his primary research interests include privacy in Android applications, social networks, and Internet of Things devices, as well as privacy education. Stephen works for the UMaine Honors College’s Servant Heart Research Collaborative, where he leads a team of student developers creating educational software for schools in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Beyond privacy and software development, Stephen has interests in cybersecurity, cloud computing, and project management.
Dylan Bulmer is a fourth-year undergraduate student studying Computer Science at the University of Maine. Dylan has interests in IT, software development, database management, and cloud infrastructure, and he aims to incorporate privacy-preserving technologies into all of his development efforts. In Fall 2019, Dylan joined the Privacy Engineering – Regulatory Compliance Lab (PERC_Lab) and began developing tools, such as an annotation platform, to advance current and future projects. He started the LCIA project alongside Stephen Kaplan in Fall 2020.
Avery Gosselin is a second-year honors student studying computer science and neuroscience at the University of Maine. Avery joined the PERC_Lab in March 2021 and is working to advance the LCIA project. Avery also manages the cloud infrastructure for the Servant Heart Research Collaborative’s exam preparation platform. Having focused his undergraduate career on the practical side of software development, he is looking forward to exploring the intricacies of privacy through the PERC_Lab’s novel research, with particular interest in improving the efficacy of privacy notices.
Host: School of Computing and Information Science, University of Maine
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