Mary Madden is a veteran researcher, writer, and nationally-recognized expert on privacy and technology, trends in social media use, and the impact of digital media on teens and parents. She is currently a Senior Fellow for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at the Sesame Workshop and an Affiliate at the Data & Society Research Institute in New York City. While at Data & Society, she directed an initiative to explore the effects of data-centric systems on Americans’ health and well-being and also led several studies examining the intersection of privacy, digital inequality, and youth media practices. Prior to her role at Data & Society, Mary was a Senior Researcher for the Pew Research Center’s Internet, Science & Technology team in Washington, DC and an Affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.
Washington University Law ReviewD&S researcher Mary Madden, Michele Gilman, D&S affiliate Karen Levy, and D&S fellow Alice Marwick examine how poor Americans are impacted by privacy violations and discuss how to protect digital privacy for the vul... Read on Washington University Law ReviewMarch 2017
Washington University Law ReviewIntroduction: Low-income communities have historically been subject to a wide range of governmental monitoring and related privacy intrusions in daily life. The privacy harms poor communities and their residents suffer as a re... Read on Washington University Law ReviewOctober 2016