Luke Stark (New York University) is completing his doctorate in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU. His research examines privacy, emotion and digital media, quantification and self- tracking, and ethics and values in technological design.

Jennifer King (UC Berkeley) is completing her doctorate at the School of Information at UC Berkeley. Her research focuses on the intersection of information privacy, social computing, and public policy.

Xinru Page (PhD, UC Irvine) is an Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems at Bentley University. She has spent several years in the information risk industry leading interaction design as well as in product management. Her research explores technology adoption and non use, social media, individual traits, and, of course, privacy.

Airi Lampinen (PhD, University of Helsinki) is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Mobile Life Centre, Stockholm University in Sweden. Her research focuses on interpersonal boundary regulation in social network services and the so-called sharing economy.

Jessica Vitak (PhD, Michigan State) is an assistant professor at the University of Maryland. Her research examines the social processes underlying privacy negotiations and the impact of context collapse in networked spaces.

Pamela Wisniewski (PhD, UNC Charlotte) is an Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Her research interests are situated at the juxtaposition of Social Computing and Privacy. Her goal is to frame privacy as a means to not only protect end users, but more importantly, to enrich online social interactions between individuals.

Tara Whalen (PhD, Dalhousie) is a Staff Privacy Analyst at Google and a Non-Resident Fellow at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. Her research interests include usable security and privacy, as well as technology policy.

Nathan Good (PhD, UC Berkeley) is Principal of Good Research and Faculty in UC Berkeley’s Master of Data Science Program. He specializes in user experience research, modeling and investigating behavior where design overlaps with data.