Articles by: icanale

CITP presents a panel on elections and the role of technology during a pandemic. Professor Ed Felten will talk to experts about the challenges and risks facing the 2020 elections, and how we can design solutions and protective measures to secure our elections. Experts will address a broad range of issues including voter experience, disinformation, […]

To protect the health and safety of the University community from the progression of COVID-19 (coronavirus), Princeton University has implemented new policies and practices. These policies are based on “the concept of social distancing, and the goal is to decrease the number of situations that require community members to gather in large groups and to minimize the […]

CITP is very proud of all the work our students, faculty and fellows are accomplishing in pursuit of our mission to ensure the challenges in technology serve society. Featured in a recent SEAS news article, written by Rachel Nuwer, current research topics include “privacy, online deception, free speech and expression, freedom to modify devices, and […]

Arvind Narayanan, associate professor of computer science and Günes Acar, a former postdoctoral researcher at CITP, were interviewed by NBC Nightly News for a segment called Privacy And Power: Your Digital Fingerprint. In the first installment, NBC “visited leading computer science researchers to see some new and alarming ways…third-party companies are quietly collecting our information, even when […]

The Communications Manager at the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) serves as a primary provider of a range of written and editorial outputs aimed at public audiences and develops CITP’s content strategy. This position plays a key role in furthering the strategic vision of CITP through writing, editing and managing the center’s website and […]