Josh Tan

Societal Computing PhD candidate
Institute for Software Research
Carnegie Mellon University
Advised by: Lorrie Faith Cranor, Lujo Bauer

jstan at [CV | PGP]


Comparing hypothetical and realistic privacy valuations.
J. Tan, M. Sharif, S. Bhagavatula, M. Beckerle, M. L. Mazurek, and L. Bauer. WPES 2018.

Self-driving cars and data collection: Privacy perceptions of networked autonomous vehicles.
C. Bloom, J. Tan, J. Ramjon, and L. Bauer. SOUPS 2017.

Can unicorns help users compare crypto key fingerprints? [supplementary material]
J. Tan, L. Bauer, J. Bonneau, L. F. Cranor, J. Thomas, and B. Ur. CHI 2017.

(Do not) Track me sometimes: Users' contextual preferences for web tracking.
W. Melicher, M. Sharif, J. Tan, L. Bauer, M. Christodorescu, and P. Leon. PETS 2016.

The effect of developer-specified explanations for permission requests on smartphone user behavior.
J. Tan, K. Nguyen, M. Theodorides, H. Negrón-Arroyo, C. Thompson, S. Egelman, and D. Wagner. CHI 2014.


A framework for comparative usability studies on secure device pairing.
A. Channarasappa, P. Ramakrishnan, J. Tan, and J. Thomas. SOUPS 2015.