Scout Sinclair Brody

If You Build It, They Won’t Care: Designing Privacy-Preserving Technologies for People with Other Interests

in Art, Design, and the Future of Privacy

I think that pri­va­cy is some­thing that we can think of in terms of a civ­il right, as indi­vid­u­als. […] That’s a civ­il rights issue. But I think there’s also a way to think about it in terms of a social issue that’s larg­er than sim­ply the indi­vid­ual.

Human Rights Meets Design Challenges

in Art, Design, and the Future of Privacy

How do we take this right that you have to your data and put it back in your hands, and give you con­trol over it? And how do we do this not just from a tech­no­log­i­cal per­spec­tive but how do we do it from a human per­spec­tive?