Online privacy has become immensely important with the growth of technology and the expansion of communication. Social Media Networks have risen to the forefront of current communication trends. With the current trends in social media, the question now becomes how can we actively protect ourselves on these platforms? Users of social media networks share billions of images a day. Whether intentional or unintentional, users tend to share private information within these images. In this study, we investigate (1) the users’ perspective of privacy, (2) pervasiveness of privacy leaks on Twitter, and (3) the threats and dangers on these platforms.
Meet the Team:
- Christan Grant, Advisor
- Jasmine DeHart, Project Lead
- Makya Stell, Team Member
Jasmine DeHart, Chenguang Xu, Lisa Egede, Christan Grant. Proposing an Interactive Audit Pipeline for Visual Privacy Research. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Big Data. Orlando, FL. December 2021.
Jasmine DeHart, Makya Stell, Christan Grant. Social Media and the Scourge of Visual Privacy. Information (MDPI). Special Issue: End of Privacy? 11(2), 57. 2020.
Makya Stell, Jasmine DeHart, Christan Grant. Visual Security and Safety (VSS). 27th Annual OK-LSAMP Research Symposium. October 2021.
Makya Stell, Jasmine DeHart, Christan Grant. Analysis of Visual Privacy Leaks on Twitter. National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Bozeman, Montana. January 2020.
Jasmine DeHart, Lisa Egede, Christan Grant. Exploring Biases in Vision Privacy Protection Techniques. The 40th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P). San Francisco, California. 2019.
Jasmine DeHart, Christan Grant. Visual Content Privacy Leaks on Social Media Networks. The 39th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P). San Francisco, California. 2018.