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"Everyone Has Some Personal Stuff"

Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Md. Romael Haque, Irtaza Haider, Jay Chen, Nicola Dell
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
People in South Asia frequently share a single device among multiple individuals, resulting in digital privacy challenges. This paper explores a design concept that aims to mitigate some of these challenges through a 'tiered' privacy model. Using this model, a person creates a 'shared' account that contains data they are willing to share and that is assigned a password that will be shared. Simultaneously, they create a separate 'secret' account that contains data they prefer to keep secret and
more » ... hat uses a password they do not share with anyone. When a friend or family member asks to check their device, the user can tell them the password for their shared account, with their private data secure in the secret account that the other person is unaware of. We explore the benefits and trade-offs of our design through a three-week deployment with 21 participants in Bangladesh, presenting findings that show how our work aids digital privacy while also highlighting the challenges that remain.
doi:10.1145/3290605.3300410 dblp:conf/chi/AhmedHHCD19 fatcat:zch5jyprajf55bzloriwdnzlsi

Digital Privacy Challenges with Shared Mobile Phone Use in Bangladesh

Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Md. Romael Haque, Jay Chen, Nicola Dell
2017 Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction  
Haque, J. Chen, and N.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3134652 fatcat:tjr7x7rlcnff5o73exf5oxhica

"For an App Supposed to Make Its Users Feel Better, It Sure is a Joke" – An Analysis of User Reviews of Mobile Mental Health Applications [article]

MD Romael Haque, Sabirat Rubya
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Mobile mental health applications are seen as a promising way to fulfill the growing need for mental health care. Although there are more than ten thousand mental health apps available on app marketplaces, such as Google Play and Apple App Store, many of them are not evidence-based, or have been minimally evaluated or regulated. The real-life experience and concerns of the app users are largely unknown. To address this knowledge gap, we analyzed 2159 user reviews from 117 Android apps and 2764
more » ... ser reviews from 76 iOS apps. Our findings include the critiques around inconsistent moderation standards and lack of transparency. App-embedded social features and chatbots were criticized for providing little support during crises. We provide research and design implications for future mental health app developers, discuss the necessity of developing a comprehensive and centralized app development guideline, and the opportunities of incorporating existing AI technology in mental health chatbots.
arXiv:2209.07796v1 fatcat:uqbudy6vfjcgzk2pjsewtf3twu

Exploring the Impact of (Not) Changing Default Settings in Algorithmic Crime Mapping - A Case Study of Milwaukee, Wisconsin

MD Romael Haque, Katherine Weathington, Shion Guha
2019 Conference Companion Publication of the 2019 on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing - CSCW '19  
Policing decisions, allocations and outcomes are determined by mapping historical crime data geospatially using popular algorithms. In this extended abstract, we present early results from a mixedmethods study of the practices, policies, and perceptions of algorithmic crime mapping in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We investigate this diferential by visualizing potential demographic biases from publicly available crime data over 12 years
more » ... 2014)(2015)(2016) and conducting semi-structured interviews of 19 city stakeholders and provide future research directions from this study.
doi:10.1145/3311957.3359500 dblp:conf/cscw/HaqueWG19 fatcat:qjvuxjjsprdi7ou2utwg3ckw5e

SoK: A Framework for Unifying At-Risk User Research [article]

Noel Warford and Tara Matthews and Kaitlyn Yang and Omer Akgul and Sunny Consolvo and Patrick Gage Kelley and Nathan Malkin and Michelle L. Mazurek and Manya Sleeper and Kurt Thomas
2021 arXiv   pre-print
[2] Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Md. Romael Haque, Shion In Proc. IEEE S&P, 2018. Guha, Md. Rashidujjaman Rifat, and Nicola Dell.  ...  [3] Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Md. Romael Haque, Irtaza [17] Sunny Consolvo, Patrick Gage Kelley, Tara Matthews, Haider, Jay Chen, and Nicola Dell.  ... 
arXiv:2112.07047v1 fatcat:bgd2hpvh5fds3ibkawadu7rfhm