Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers^

^I have been asked by some non-computer science folks about the significance of conference publications. In fast-developing fields such as computer science, conferences are often the primary venue for publication and are critical for scientific dissemination [more]. One may refer to the CORE Rankings and the acceptance rate for a general idea of a conference's standing within a community.

[3] 'I’m not convinced that they don’t collect more than is necessary': User-Controlled Data Minimization Design in Search Engines
Tanusree Sharma, Lin Kyi, Yang Wang, and Asia Biega
USENIX Security '24 (conditional acceptance)

[2] Investigating Deceptive Design in GDPR’s Legitimate Interest [PDF] [code]
Lin Kyi, Sushil Ammanaghatta Shivakumar, Franziska Roesner, Cristiana Santos, Frederike Zufall, and Asia Biega

CHI '23

[1] ‘I don’t really give them piece of mind’: User Perceptions of Social Engineering Attacks [PDF]
Lin Kyi and Elizabeth Stobert
APWG eCrime Symposium on Electronic Crime Research '22

Papers Under Review

'It doesn't tell me anything about how my data is used': User Perceptions of Data Collection Purposes
Lin Kyi, Abraham Mhaidli, Cristiana Santos, Franziska Roesner, and Asia Biega
Under Revise and Resubmit at CHI '24 

Turning to Online Forums for Legal Information: A Case Study of GDPR's Legitimate Interests
Lin Kyi, Cristiana Santos, Sushil Ammanaghatta Shivakumar, Franziska Roesner, and Asia Biega
Under review at PETS '24 

Workshop Papers

[1] Individual Differences and Perceived Password Security Management [PDF]
Lin Kyi, Sonia Chiasson, and Elizabeth Stobert
Who Are You?! Adventures in Authentication (WAY) Workshop (at USENIX SOUPS) '20