publications

S. Gürses, Jose M. Del Alamo “Privacy Engineering: Shaping a new field of research and practice IEEE Security and Privacy Special Issue, March/April, 2016.

S. Gürses, Arun Kundani, Joris van Hoboken “Crypto and Empire: the contradictions of counter-surveillance advocacyMedia Culture and Society, April, 2016.

M. Aouragh, S. Gürses, Jara Rocha, Femke Snelting “Let’s First Get Things Done! On Division of Labour and Techno-Political Practices of Delegation in Times of Crisis The Fibreculture Journal Issue 26, 2015, entanglements: activism and technology, December, 2015.

S. Gürses, “Can you engineer privacy?Communications of the ACM, August, 2014.

E. Balsa, L. Brandimarte, A. Acquisti, C. Diaz, S. Gürses, “Spiny CACTOS: OSN users attitudes and perceptions towards cryptographic access control tools,” Workshop on Usable Security, February, 2014.

G. Acar, M. Juarez, N. Nikiforakis, C. Diaz, S. Gürses, F. Piessens, B. Preneel, “FPDetective: dusting the web for fingerprinters,” Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer & Communications security (CCS’13), Berlin, Germany, 2013.

A. Morton, B. Berendt, S. Gürses, J. Pierson, “‘Tool Clinics’ – Embracing Multiple Perspectives in Privacy Research and Privacy-Sensitive Design,” Report from the Dagstuhl Seminar: “My Life, Shared” – Trust and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Experience Sharing, Germany, 2013.

C. Diaz, O. Tene, S. Gurses, “Hero or Villain: The Data Controller in Privacy Law and Technologies,” Ohio State Law Journal, Vol. 74, pp., 923–1335, 2013.

S. Gürses, “‘Privacy is don’t ask, confidentiality is don’t tell’: An empirical study of privacy definitions, assumptions and methods in computer science research,” Privacy Law Scholars Conference, 2013 (paper available on demand).

S. Gürses, A. Narayanan, S. Barocas, V. Toubiana, “Unlikely Outcomes? A Distributed discussion on the Prospects and Promise of Decentralized Personal Data Architectures,” together with Spider Alex, Jula, Hellekin (Wolf), Floren Cabello, Elijah, Jan Schallaböck, Antonio Tapiador, Sonja Buchegger, Benjamin Greschbach, George Danezis, Michael Herrmann, Günes Acar, Leandro Doctors, Ero Balsa, Jaap Kuipers, Markus Sabadello, Scott J. David, Nicolas Maleve, Unlike Us Reader, 2013.

S. Gürses and C. Diaz, “Two tales of Privacy in Online Social Networks,” IEEE Security and Privacy, 11(3), May–June 2013, pp. 29–37.

C. Diaz and S. Gürses, “Understanding the landscape of privacy technologies,” Proceedings of the Information Security Summit, Prague, Czech Republic, May 2012.

S. Gürses, “The Spectre of Anonymity,” Sniff, Scrape, Crawl … {On Privacy, Surveillance, and Our Shadowy Data Double}, May 2012.

S. Gürses, M. Seguran, N. Zannone, “Requirements engineering within a large-scale security oriented research project: lessons learned,” Requirements Engineering Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4, November 2011.

S. Gürses and J. Pridmore, “Translating privacy into digital designs: technical strategies to counter everyday surveillance,” Cyber-surveillance in Everyday Life: An International Workshop, May, 2011, University of Toronto, Canada.

G. Danezis and S. Gürses, “Illusionen der Kontrolle: Ein Kritischer Blick auf den technischen Datenschutz,” #public_life, Digitale Intimitaet, die Privatsphäre und das Netz, Band 8, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Bildung und Kultur, 2011, Germany.

J. Pridmore and S. Gürses, “Translating Privacy into Digital Designs: A Taxonomy of Privacy Design Approaches,” Privacy and Accountability Conference, 2011, Germany (proceedings pending).

S. Gürses, C. Troncoso, C. Diaz, “Engineering Privacy by Design,” International Conference on Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) Book, 2011, Belgium (proceedings pending).

S. Gürses, “Multilateral Privacy Requirements Analysis in Online Social Networks,” PhD Thesis, HMDB, Department of Computer Science, K.U. Leuven, May 2010, Belgium. [Abstract]

G. Danezis and S. Gürses, “A critical review of 10 years of privacy technology,” Surveillance Cultures: A Global Surveillance Society?, April 2010, UK.

S. Gürses and B. Berendt, “The Social Web and Privacy: Practices, Reciprocity and Conflict Detection in Social Networks,” in E. Ferrari and F. Bonchi (eds.), Privacy-Aware Knowledge Discovery: Novel Applications and New Techniques, Chapman and Hall/CRC Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery book series, Florida, USA, 2010.

S. Gürses, R. Rizk, O. Günther, “SNS and Third Party Applications Privacy Policies and their construction of Privacy Concerns,” European Conference on Information Systems, June 2010, South Africa.

S. Gürses, “Pets and their users: Retelling a story in the surveillance society,” Identity in the Information Society Journal, 2010, Springer Verlag.

S. Gürses, M. Luksch, M. Teran, “A Trialogue on Interventions in Surveillance Space: Seda Gürses in conversation with Michelle Teran and Manu Luksch,” in the Journal of Surveillance Studies, Volume 7, Number 2, 2010.

S. Gürses and B. Berendt, “PETs in the Surveillance Society: A critical review of the potentials and limitations of the privacy as confidentiality paradigm,” in Serge Gutwirth, Yves Poullet, Paul DeHert (eds.): CPDP 2009, Springer Verlag.

B. Fabian, S. Gürses, M. Heisel, T. Santen, H. Schmidt, “A Comparison of Security Requirements Engineering Methods,” Requirements Engineering Journal, Volume 15, Number 1, 2010.

S. Gürses, R. Rizk, O. Günther, “Privacy Design in Online Social Networks: Learning from Privacy Breaches and Community Feedback,” in Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth International Conference on Information Systems, 2008.

M. Wachowicz, A. Ligtenberg, C. Renso, S. Gürses, “Characterising the Next Generation of Mobile Applications Through a Privacy-Aware Geographic Knowledge Discovery Process,” in Mobility, Data Mining and Privacy: Geographic Knowledge Discovery, 2008.

P. Schüler, M. Bauer, B. Fabian, M. Fischmann, S. Gürses, “Angefunkt, aufgezeichnet und versilbert,” in c’t, 2008.

S. Preibusch, B. Hoser, S. Gürses, B. Berendt, “Ubiquitous social networks – opportunities and challenges for privacy aware user modelling,” in Proceedings of the K-DUUM Workshop, 2007.

S. Gürses, “Privatsphäre und Praktiken digitaler Kontrolle,” in Demokratie … in der neuen Gesellschaft, Informationen aus der Tiefe des Umstrittenen Raums, 2007.

E.-O. Blass, B. Fabian, M. Fischmann, S. Gürses, “Security (in Sensor and Ad-hoc Networks),” in D. Wagner and R. Wattenhofer (eds.), Algorithms for Sensor and Ad Hoc Networks, Lecture Notes in Informatics, 2007.

B. Fabian, M. Fischmann, S. Gürses, “Location Services (in Sensor and Ad-hoc Networks),” in D. Wagner and R. Wattenhofer (eds.), Algorithms for Sensor and Ad Hoc Networks, Lecture Notes in Informatics, 2007.

S. Gürses, B. Berendt, T. Santen, “Multilateral security requirements analysis for preserving privacy in ubiquitous environments,” in Berendt and Menasalvas (eds.), Proceedings of the UKDU Workshop (pp. 51-64), 2006.

S. Gürses, T. Santen, “Contextualizing Security Goals: A method for multilateral security requirements elicitation,” in J. Dittmann, editor, Proc. Sicherheit 2006 – Schutz und Zuverlässigkeit, Lecture Notes in Informatics (Gesellschaft für Informatik).

M. Bauer, B. Fabian, M. Fischmann, S. Gürses, “Emerging Markets for RFID Traces,” ArXiv, 2006.

S. Gürses, J. H. Jahnke, C. Obry, A. Onabajo, T. Santen, M. Price, “Eliciting confidentiality requirements in practice,” in Proc. 15th Annual International Conference hosted by the IBM Centers for Advanced Studies (CASCON 2005), IBM, Canada, 2005.

S. Gürses, “Multilateral Security Requirements Analysis,” MA Thesis, 2004. Advisors: Prof. Wolfgang Coy, Dr. Thomas Santen.


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