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October 2020

Tuesday, October 27, 2020
@12:30 pm
- 1:30 pm
CITP Seminar: John Wilander – A Modern, Privacy-Preserving Web
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CITP Seminar: John Wilander – A Modern, Privacy-Preserving Web

In 2017, Apple announced Safari’s new, on-by-default Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature. It started a revolution among major browser vendors and spawned new web standards initiatives in permissions, ad attribution ...

November 2020

Tuesday, November 10, 2020
@12:30 pm
- 1:30 pm
CITP Seminar: Vanessa Teague – Some Election Integrity Problems are Surprisingly Easy to Solve and Others are Very Very Hard
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CITP Seminar: Vanessa Teague – Some Election Integrity Problems are Surprisingly Easy to Solve and Others are Very Very Hard

This talk will compare two recent advances in the understanding of election integrity.  The Scytl/SwissPost e-voting solution was intended to provide complete verifiability for Swiss government elections. The talk will show ...

Tuesday, November 17, 2020
@12:30 pm
- 1:30 pm
CITP Seminar: Anita L. Allen – How Privacy Got Its Race
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CITP Seminar: Anita L. Allen – How Privacy Got Its Race

There is increasing interest in understanding the difference race makes for the enjoyment of privacy and the protection of privacy rights. This talk surveys issues and concerns at the ...

Tuesday, November 24, 2020
@12:30 pm
- 1:30 pm
CITP Seminar: Josh Goldfoot – Computer Crime
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CITP Seminar: Josh Goldfoot – Computer Crime

Criminal computer intrusions can endanger privacy, safety, financial security, and more.  The problem of computer crime has grown so that it threatens not only businesses and government agencies, but ...

March 2021

Tuesday, March 23, 2021
@12:30 pm
- 1:30 pm
CITP Seminar: Woodrow Hartzog – Privacy’s Constitutional Moment and the Limits of Data Protection
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CITP Seminar: Woodrow Hartzog – Privacy’s Constitutional Moment and the Limits of Data Protection

Congress has repeatedly failed to build a robust identity for American privacy law. But now both California and the European Union have forced Congress’s hand by passing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the General Data ...