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Understanding Unique Privacy Concerns for Muslim-American Women Can Improve Digital Design

September 28, 2022


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Presented by School of Information

Muslim-American women face unique privacy risks in the United States and sit at the intersection of many different marginal identities. A new study led by University of Michigan School of Information researchers uncovers how these intersectional identities add and expand on privacy concerns in our increasingly digital world. Tanisha Afnan, UMSI doctoral student and lead author, shares key insights from the study and implications for researchers, policymakers, and technologists who work on privacy design.

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