Arthur Borem

Hi! I'm a third year Computer Science PhD student in security and privacy at the University of Chicago advised by Blase Ur. My research identifies and attempts to address power and information imbalances that occur between online platforms and their consumers. I've been working with topics like online targeted advertising, gig work platforms, but the focus of my research has been on studying how data subject rights (e.g., those guaranteed by GDPR or CCPA) are implemented. Before my PhD, I was a software engineer at Asana and before that I earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Brown University.

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Publications

Data Subjects 'Reactions to Exercising Their Right of Access
Arthur Borem, Elleen Pan, Olufunmilola Obielodan, Aurelie Roubinowitz, Luca Dovichi, Michelle L Mazurek, Blase Ur
USENIX Security '24.

JupyterLab in Retrograde: Contextual Notifications That Highlight Fairness and Bias Issues for Data Scientists
Galen Harrison, Kevin Bryson, Ahmad Emmanuel Balla Bamba, Luca Dovichi, Aleksander Herrmann Binion, Arthur Borem, Blase Ur.
CHI '24.
🏆 Best Paper Award.

Defining "Broken": User Experiences and Remediation Tactics When Ad-Blocking or Tracking-Protection Tools Break a Website's User Experience
Alexandra Nisenoff, Arthur Borem, Madison Pickering, Grant Nakanishi, Maya Thumpasery, Blase Ur.
USENIX Security '23.

Self-E: Smartphone-Supported Guidance for Customizable Self-Experimentation
Nediyana Daskalova, Eindra Kyi, Kevin Ouyang, Arthur Borem, Sally Chen, Nicole Nugent, Jeff Huang.
CHI '21.

Developing and Supporting STEM Undergraduate Teaching Assistants as Partners in Teaching
Arthur Borem, Christina Smith.
IEEE Frontiers in Education 2020 (FIE 2020).

Talks

Designing a Data Subject Access Rights Tool
Arthur Borem
PEPR '24.