We are a group of New York City-based researchers at Cornell TechCornell University, and NYU studying how to improve technology safety and security for victims of intimate partner violence. 

 

Our goals are to develop an in-depth understanding of technology’s role in IPV and create tools that help survivors and advocates navigate technology challenges in IPV.

We currently run the Clinic to End Tech Abuse (CETA) for IPV survivors in New York City.

"So-called privacy breeds evil": Narrative Justifications for Intimate Partner Surveillance in Online Forums.
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, Issue CSCW (Accepted).


The Tools and Tactics Used in Intimate Partner Surveillance: An Analysis of Online Infidelity Forums.
29th USENIX Security Symposium.

"Is my phone hacked?" Analyzing Clinical Computer Security Interventions with Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence.
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction: Vol. 1 Issue CSCW. 2019.

Clinical Computer Security for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence
28th USENIX Security Symposium

Please visit the Clinic to End Tech Abuse website to access the resources we have developed to combat tech-enabled abuse.