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A spike in remote work and the resurgence of workplace organizing has led to labor organizers in tech spaces facing employer retaliation and emotional burnout, Princeton researchers found in new study. 
A spike in remote work and the resurgence of workplace organizing has led to labor organizers in tech spaces facing employer retaliation and emotional burnout, Princeton researchers found in new study. 

News Release Date: Tuesday, June 7, 2022 Contact: Karen Rouse, CITP Communications Manager, 609.258.2277 The full report is here. For interviews, contact researchers Sayash Kapoor or Mona Wang: Sayash Kapoor: 929.842.2708,...

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Tech Privacy Expert Arvind Narayanan to Lead Princeton CITP in 2023
Tech Privacy Expert Arvind Narayanan to Lead Princeton CITP in 2023

For media inquiries, contact CITP Communications Manager Karen Rouse at . Arvind Narayanan - a computer scientist whose pioneering approach to teaching and research has shaped the study of fairness in algorithms, cryptocurrencies and...

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CITP Director Matthew J. Salganik Wins Book Award
CITP Director Matthew J. Salganik Wins Book Award

The Center for Information Technology Policy is very happy to announce that CITP Director Matthew J. Salganik has won the 2022 Book Award from the American Association for Public Opinion Research for his 2018 book, Bit by Bit: Social Research in the Digital Age....

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CITP Research Fair Relaunched
CITP Research Fair Relaunched

By Klaudia Jaźwińska December 2, 2021 Students from across Princeton University gathered in the Friend Center Courtyard on November 17 for the relaunch of the Center for Information Technology Policy's Research Fair, where they got to meet with members of the CITP...

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