Genteel Wearables: Bystander-Centered Design. Flammer, I. IEEE Security & Privacy, 14(5):73-79, 9, 2016.
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Bystanders are often overlooked in the debate over wearable use in public spaces. Including bystander concerns in the design process will make wearables more "genteel," protecting bystanders' privacy while making users more comfortable operating wearable devices in public.
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