Digital technologies, including mobile devices, cloud computing services, and social networks, play a nuanced role in intimate partner violence (IPV) settings, including domestic abuse, stalking, and surveillance of victims by abusive partners. In this talk our recent and ongoing work on understanding technology’s role in IPV, improving the privacy and security of current technologies, and designing new tools and systems that increase privacy and safety for victims will be discussed.
Nicola Dell is an assistant professor at Cornell Tech in New York City. Her research interests are in information and communication technologies for development (ICTD) and human-computer interaction (HCI), with a focus on designing and evaluating systems that improve the lives of underserved populations. Nicki completed her Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington in Seattle. Her work is generously funded by the NSF, Facebook, Google, and others.
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