Category: privacy

SMC Times: Elections Office Gets Tips from Experts

elections, reform, standards, news, privacy, friends, research, policy, legal
Rebekah Gordon of the San Mateo Times has written a piece about some of our auditing work: > ### [Elections Office gets tips from experts]( > > By Rebekah Gordon > > SAN MATEO… more »

The General Election at Precinct 225400

elections, accessibility, news, privacy, policy
I have always wanted to volunteer for an election and see what it's like to be on the ground, especially since election policy is a key part of my PhD thesis. [Avi Rubin], the director of our [ACCURATE] grant, recently [volunteered as a poll worker] in… more »

Fred Schneider, "What Price Insularity? ..." (iSchool DLS)

copyright, privacy, berkeley, policy, DRM, legal, podcasts, iSchool
This past Wednesday, [Fred Schneider][1] from [Cornell's Computer Science Department][2] gave the second [iSchool][3] Distinguished Lecture of the 2006-2007 academic year, "What Price Insularity? Dialogs about Computer Security Failings". Fred's ta… more »

Barriers to TOR Research at UC Berkeley

chilling effects, privacy, berkeley, friends, research, policy, legal, iSchool
I'm giving a talk today here at the TRUST Privacy workshop entitled [*"Barriers to TOR Research at UC Berkeley"* (slides)]( The paper is available here: (Thanks to [Ryan](h… more »

Wagner's comments on VVPR

elections, certification/testing, reform, secrecy, privacy, politics, berkeley, problems, friends, usability
David Wagner has posted [follow-up comments][1] responsive to questions submitted to him by the House Admininstration and Science Committees. These questions werein response to his [superb testimony][2] on the hill in July. [1]: http://www.cs.berkel… more »
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And a few words about the structure of the eye . Everyone " retina ". Especially often we hear it buy clomid online in the phrase " retinal detachment ." So what is the retina ? This - the front edge of the brain, the most distant from the brain part of the visual analyzer. The retina receives light first , processes and transforms light energy into irritation - a signal that encodes all the information about what the eye sees . The retina is very complex and in their structure and function . Its structure resembles the structure of the cerebral cortex. The shell of the retina is very thin - about 0.14 mm.