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The Center for Information Technology Policy is a nexus of expertise in technology, engineering, public policy, and the social sciences. Our researchers work to better understand and improve the relationship between technology and society, with a particular focus on data science in the service of humanity, privacy and security, and digital public infrastructure and platforms.


Congratulations to CITP Researcher Amna Liaqat – a Princeton Presidential Fellow

(PRINCETON, NJ, Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2023) — Princeton University today announced that CITP researcher Amna Liaqat is one of 11 Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellows. The prestigious program recognizes the contributions of scholars across science, engineering,...

CITP is now accepting applications for our Fellows Program

CITP is now accepting applications for the 2024-25 cohort of our in-residence, fully-funded Fellows Program. This competitive program offers three tracks: postdoctoral research associate, visiting professional, and Microsoft Visiting Professor. Applicants may apply to...

Indian Journalist Selected as First-Ever Digital Witness Fellow

Journalist Srishti Jaswal — who has reported extensively on poverty and starvation in India and won numerous awards for her investigative work, including the Lorenzo Natali Best Emerging Journalist award by the European Commission in 2021 and the Ochberg fellowship at...

AI and law expert Peter Henderson to join CITP in 2024

By Karen Rouse, CITP Communications, September 14, 2023 Peter Henderson, a Stanford University-based researcher whose combined expertise in law and machine learning is helping federal agencies deploy responsible, equitable and efficient artificial intelligence...

CITP researchers Narayanan and Kapoor named to TIME100 AI list

By Karen Rouse PRINCETON, NJ, Sept. 7, 2023 — CITP is thrilled to share that TIME has named CITP Director Arvind Narayanan and graduate student Sayash Kapoor to the inaugural TIME100 AI list, which recognizes 100 people who are leading  the conversations about how...

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Researcher Mona Wang finds “disturbing” vulnerabilities in Chinese keyboard software, prompts company to make fix

A new report coauthored by CITP graduate student Mona Wang, an expert in digital privacy and security, has revealed that millions of people who use the Sogou Keyboard have been exposed to the network eavesdropping on their personal conversations. Wang and fellow...

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