Articles by: jc38

Featured on the Princeton University homepage: “Coalition seeks to protect internet from weaknesses of many ‘connected’ devices” ( The story features Nick Feamster as one of the lead editors in a report issued today by the Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group on the Internet of Things (IoT) Security and Privacy Recommendations. The report “provides guidance […]

We’re excited to announce the re-launch of RECAP Archive, a search tool for PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) documents. PACER is the U.S. government’s system for public access to federal court records and documents. Although these documents are public, PACER charges $0.10 per page for search results and requested reports and documents. RECAP […]

This week, the Federal Communications Commission released a new rule governing consumer opt-in requirements that ISPs must follow before collecting and sharing private information about its customers. The rule is a positive outcome for consumer privacy, as well as for all networking and security researchers, who were granted an exemption to allow them to continue […]

Congratulations to CITP Associate Faculty Prateek Mittal on receiving the National Science Foundation Career Award for his research proposal entitled “Trustworthy Social Systems Using Network Science.” The objective of his research is to develop techniques for analysis of social media data that protect against risks to individual privacy and mitigate the threat of “fake accounts” […]

On Saturday, May 2, 2015, CITP, LAPA, and WWS will co-sponsor two events related to Edward Snowden and his disclosures. In the morning, we will host a live video conversation between Edward Snowden (in Russia) and Bart Gellman (in Princeton). During the afternoon, we are holding a conference on the impacts of the Snowden disclosures […]