First-authored journal article in JMIR mHealth and uHealth (IF = 4.72). Co-authored with Sameer Patil.
CSCW'19 Workshop on Ubiquitous Privacy: Research and Design for Mobile and IoT Platforms.
A deceptive form of end-user empowerment that ostensibly increases users' "power to" accomplish tasks, but which is bound by the "power over" possessed by apps, platforms, institutions (Seberger, et al., 2021).
An end-user syllogism in which the characteristics of one app are presumed to be characteristics of all apps whether they perform the same function or not. "If App A creates privacy concerns, then all apps create privacy concerns." (Seberger, et al., 2021).
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