Richmond Y. Wong
PhD Candidate, School of Information, UC Berkeley

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My research investigates how technology designers and engineers address privacy in their professional practices, and how design methods and approaches can be used to proactively surface, explore, discuss, and critique privacy and other social values-related concerns during the design process. I draw upon work and approaches from science & technology studies, human computer interaction, and speculative and critical design.

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Peer Reviewed Publications

James Pierce, Sarah Fox, Nick Merrill, and Richmond Y. Wong. (2018). Differential Vulnerabilities and a Diversity of Tactics: What Toolkits Teach Us about Cybersecurity. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction - CSCW. 2, CSCW, Article 139 (November 2018), 23 pages.
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Richmond Y. Wong, Nick Merrill and John Chuang. (June 2018). When BCIs have APIs: Design Fictions of Everyday Brain-Computer Interface Adoption. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '18). Honorable Mention Award
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James Pierce, Sarah Fox, Nick Merrill, Richmond Y. Wong and Carl DiSalvo. (2018). An Interface without A User: An Exploratory Design Study of Online Privacy Policies and Digital Legalese. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '18).
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Richmond Y. Wong, Deirdre K. Mulligan, Ellen Van Wyk, James Pierce and John Chuang. (2017). Eliciting Values Reflections by Engaging Privacy Futures Using Design Workbooks. Proceedings of the ACM Human Computer Interaction (CSCW Online First). 1, CSCW, Article 111 (November 2017), 27 pages. Best Paper Award
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Richmond Y. Wong, Ellen Van Wyk and James Pierce. (2017). Real-Fictional Entanglements: Using Science Fiction and Design Fiction to Interrogate Sensing Technologies. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '17).
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Steven Weber and Richmond Y. Wong. (2017). The new world of data: Four provocations on the Internet of Things. First Monday 22(2).
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Richmond Y. Wong and Deirdre K. Mulligan. (2016). These Aren’t the Autonomous Drones You’re Looking for: Investigating Privacy Concerns Through Concept Videos. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction 5(3).
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Richmond Y. Wong and Deirdre K. Mulligan. (2016). When a Product Is Still Fictional: Anticipating and Speculating Futures through Concept Videos. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '16).
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Richmond Y. Wong and Steven J. Jackson. (2015). Wireless Visions: Infrastructure, Imagination, and US Spectrum Policy. In Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (CSCW '15). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 105-115. Honorable Mention Award
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Reviewed Book Chapters

Elaine Sedenberg, Richmond Wong, and John Chuang. (2018). A window into the soul: Biosensing in public. In Surveillence, Privacy and Public Space, Bryce Clayton Newell, Tjerk Timan, Bert-Jaap Koops (eds.)
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Richmond Y. Wong and Vera Khovanskaya. (2018). Speculative Design in HCI: From Corporate Imaginations to Critical Orientations. In New Directions in Third Wave Human-Computer Interaction: Volume 2 - Methodologies, Michael Filimowicz and Veronika Tzankova (eds.)
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Conference Presentations

Richmond Wong. (September 2017). Exploring Biosensing Privacy Futures with Design Fiction and Science Fiction. 4S 2017, Boston, MA.

Richmond Wong, Lauren Kilgour. (December 2016). Performing Algorithms: TED Talks and Public Understandings of (Computer) Science. Algorithms in Culture, Berkeley, CA.

Richmond Wong, Deirdre Mulligan. (August 2016). Framing Future Privacy Concerns through Corporate Concept Videos. 4S/EASST 2016, Barcelona, Spain.

Deirdre Mulligan, Leslie Harris, Sebastian Benthall, Richmond Wong. (October 2015) What Really Happened After the Battle Against SOPA and PIPA? Computers, Freedom, and Privacy Conference, Washington DC.

Richmond Wong. (10 April 2015). Big Data Narratives of Crowd and Cloud. ST Global, Washington DC.

Other

Poster Presentation Richmond Y. Wong, Deirdre K. Mulligan, and John Chuang. (2017). Using science fiction texts to surface user reflections on privacy. In Proceedings of the 2017 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing and Proceedings of the 2017 ACM International Symposium on Wearable Computers (UbiComp '17). 213-216

Workshop Organizer Nick Merrill, Richmond Wong, Noura Howell, Luke Stark, Lucian Leahu, Dawn Nafus. (June 2017). Interrogating Biosensing in Everyday Life. ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '17).

Workshop Position Paper Rena Coen, Jennifer King, Richmond Wong. (June 2016). The Privacy Policy Paradox. SOUPS 2016, Workshop on Privacy Indicators

Workshop Position Paper Richmond Wong, Deirdre Mulligan. (May 2016). Using Concept Videos and Speculative Design with Privacy by Design. CHI 2016, Bridging the Gap between Privacy by Design and Privacy in Practice Workshop

Scenarios Report Contributing Author (May 2016). Cybersecurity Futures 2020. UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity. Available at https://cltc.berkeley.edu/scenarios/

Guest Blog Richmond Wong. (January 2016). Reviewing Danielle Citron’s Hate Crimes in Cyberspace. UC Berkeley Center for Technology, Society & Policy. Available at https://ctsp.berkeley.edu/reviewing-danielle-citrons-hate-crimes-in-cyberspace

Report Nicholas Doty, Ann Drobnis, Deirdre Mulligan, Richmond Wong. (February 2015). Privacy by Design – State of Research and Practice: Workshop 1 Report. Computing Community Consortium. Available at http://cra.org/ccc/events/pbd-state-of-research-and-practice/

Guest Blog Nicholas Doty, Richmond Wong. (February 2015). Privacy by Design Workshop: Concepts and Connections. Computing Community Consortium. Available at http://www.cccblog.org/2015/02/17/privacy-by-design-workshop-concepts-and-connections/

Contact Info

Email: richmond@ischool.berkeley.edu

Twitter: @richmondywong

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