Data Privacy Laws
Baik, J.S. (In preparation). Legislating Data Privacy as a Civil Right.
Baik, J.S (2020). Data privacy and political distrust: Corporate “pro liars,” “gridlocked Congress,” and the Twitter issue public around the U.S. privacy legislation. Information, Communication and Society.
Baik, J.S. (2020). Data privacy against innovation or against discrimination?: The case of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Telematics and Informatics. 52.
Regulations of Data-Driven Business Models
Baik, J.S. (Under review). Negotiating the Ban on Surveillance Advertising: Policy Silos of Privacy, Antitrust, and Anti-discrimination in the United States.
Grover, R. & Baik, J.S. (Under review). From Paywalls to Datawalls: Platformization in Digital News Through Datafied Membership Programs.
Baik, J.S. & Famularo, J. (Under Review). Context Expansion: A System-Level Approach to Data Privacy and Loyalty Programs with Healthtech.
Baik, J.S. & Sridharan, H. (Under review). Civil Rights Audits as Counterpublic Strategy: Articulating the Responsibility to Care for Marginalized Communities in Platform Governance.
Jang, E., Baik, J.S., & Fischer, K. (2023). Contact Tracing Apps as Boundary Objects of Pandemic Governance: The State-by-State Approach to Contain the Spread of COVID-19 in the US. International Journal of Communication.
Ahn, S., Baik, J.S., & Krause, C.S. (2022). Splintering and centralizing platform governance: how Facebook adapted its content moderation practices to the political and legal contexts in the United States, Germany, and South Korea. Information, Communication and Society.
The Politics of Surveillance
Baik, J.S. & Jang, E. (2022). Where horizontal and vertical surveillances meet: Sense-making of US COVID-19 contact tracing apps during a health crisis. Mobile Media and Communication.
Baik, J. (2020). The Geotagging Counterpublic: The Case of Facebook Remote Check-Ins to Standing Rock. International Journal of Communication, 14, 2057–2077.
Alarcon, A.*, Baik, J.*, & Kim, D. O.* (2019). “Everyone deserves a Smartphone?”: Understanding the media’s legitimation of mobile technology use by Syrian refugees. Mass Communication and Society, 22(6), 779-803.
(* Equal contribution.)