About Me

Hello! I'm an independent computer science researcher currently located in NYC. I mostly collaborate with Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy and the Princeton Web Transparency and Accountability Project. My research focuses on user privacy, data and algorithmic transparency, and the Internet of Things.

Previously I was a software engineer on the Google privacy team, where I advised product teams on privacy-conscious development and developed infrastructure to better protect user data. I received my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Princeton University, where I concentrated in Technology Policy.

Have an interesting project you want help exploring? Need someone to give a technical tutorial for non-technical people? Just want to chat? If you'd like to [hire me]/[yell at me]/[talk to me], you can email me at dillon@lonlon.io, visit me on twitter, or check out my github.

Recent Projects

Blog

Publications

(Full list at Google Scholar)

  1. N. Apthorpe, D. Reisman, N. Feamster; Closing the Blinds: Four Strategies for Protecting Smart Home Privacy from Network Observers; ConPro 2017
  2. G. Storey, D. Reisman, J. Mayer, A. Narayanan; The future of ad blocking: An analytical framework and new techniques; 2017
  3. A. Narayanan, D. Reisman; The Princeton Web Transparency and Accountability Project; 2017
  4. N. Apthorpe, D. Reisman, N. Feamster; A Smart Home is No Castle: Privacy Vulnerabilities of Encrypted IoT Traffic; Data and Algorithmic Transparency Workshop 2016
  5. S. Englehardt, D. Reisman, C. Eubank, P. Zimmerman, J. Mayer, A. Narayanan, E. Felten; Cookies that give you away: Evaluating the surveillance implications of web tracking; WWW 2015
  6. S. Englehardt, C. Eubank, P. Zimmerman, D. Reisman, A. Narayanan; Web Privacy Measurement: Scientific principles, engineering platform, and new results; 2014