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Keeping the ball rolling: In memory of Özgür Uçkan and Caspar Bowden

It is hard to keep floating when two people who have inspired you in life pass away within days from each other. I owe it to these two troublemakers to thank them for their great work and for the paths that they have opened to many of us. Today the news came that we lost... Read more: Keeping the ball rolling: In memory of Özgür Uçkan and Caspar Bowden

Touching Correlations: A hands-on Workshop on Machine Learning

The Women and Surveillance Initiative just announced a workshop on Machine Learning. Please consider joining us! Touching correlations: A hands-on Workshop on Machine Learning Organized by the Women and Surveillance Initiative, NYC 18.-19. July 2015 Location: Data and Society Offices Are you interested in how computers use algorithms to learn from data?...

Panel at PETS 2014: Privacy Enhancing Technologies Post-Snowden

Our plan for a panel on the implications of the disclosed NSA and GCHQ surveillance programs for PETs researchers is materializing. The panel will take place on the 17th of July in Amsterdam at the PETs Symposium. We expect to have a lively discussion with Susan Landau, Wendy Seltzer, Stephanie Hankey, Nadia Heninger and George... Read more: Panel at...

summer 2014: “thinking together” in times of mediated politics and politicized technologies

How can we live together? This is the very simple and fun (if not challenging) question that the participants of the Osthang Architecture Summer School will be asking this Summer in Darmstadt, Germany. The program will come to a closure with a nine day(!) public forum titled “thinking together” curated by Berno Odo Polzer. As... Read more: summer 2014:...

Attitudes towards “Spiny CACTOS”

It is one thing to ask people if they want to control the appropriate flow of their disclosures (or disclosures of others about them) on Online Social Networks (OSNs), it is another to ask who they think should be responsible for ensuring the appropriate flow of this information. In the first part of a small... Read more: Attitudes towards “Spiny CACTOS”

Data Shadows: Anonymity and Digital Networks at apexart

Next week I will be participating in an evening event titled “Data Shadows: Anonymity and Digital Networks” put together by Alexander Benenson as part of the public program in conjunction with the exhibition Private Matters organized by Ceren Erdem, Jamie Schwartz and Lisa Hayes Williams. I plan to present the next episode of the series... Read more:...

Symposium on Obfuscation

My first encounters with the concept of obfuscation go back to discussions that the privacy research group at COSIC/ESAT (KUL) had about TrackMeNot in 2012. Back then we were discussing the efficacy of the possible protections offered by TrackMeNot when faced with a “learning” machine. Little did I know that one day I would have... Read more: Symposium...

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