I am a third-year Ph.D. student at the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University. My advisor is Arvind Narayanan. I study the effects of technology on society, with a focus on privacy and algorithmic fairness.
I spent summer 2020 at Apple as a WebKit privacy intern.
I received my bachelor’s degree from University of Pisa and my master’s from University of Pisa and Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies.
|Aug 12, 2020||Our Facebook and Dark Patterns papers were cited by the ACM as examples of automated scraping as “an Invaluable Tool for Information Technology Professionals”. They misspelled my name, but I’ll take it anyway :D|
|Mar 7, 2020||Announcing the Princeton-Leuven Longitudinal Corpus of Privacy Policies. Apply here for access.|
|Feb 25, 2020||The School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton has published an article about CITP.|
|Dec 5, 2019||Our paper “Dark Patterns at Scale” won the 2019 Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award (link)! 🎉|
|Jul 30, 2019||Our paper “Dark Patterns at Scale” was accepted to CSCW’19! 🎉|
|Jul 24, 2019||Our research has been cited in an FTC complaint against Facebook.|
|Jul 18, 2019||Our PETS’19 paper received the Andreas Pfitzmann Best Student Paper Award!|
|Nov 20, 2018||I responded to NTIA’s request for comments on Developing the Administration’s Approach to Consumer Privacy.|