Category: privacy

First Impressions of G+

privacy, friends, usability
I recently started using Google's newly-released social network service, Google+ (or G+). First, I should say that I left facebook and deleted my account there in May of 2010 after a series of privacy-related screw-ups had me setting and resetting th… more »

What Government and Content Have in Common via WikiLeaks

open source, secrecy, privacy, research, policy, DRM
Like many who work in the area of government transparency and secrecy, I've found the recent WikiLeaks trickle-disclosure to be perplexing. Unlike the popular Twitter meme -- ["I don't know if I'm pro-Wikileaks, but I know I'm anti-anti-Wikileaks"][1]… more »

Debra Bowen's 2007 TTBR Announcement

system, elections, certification/testing, accessibility, vendors, hacks, open source, secrecy, privacy, politics, problems, friends, research, policy, usability, legal
In 2007, California Secretary of State Debra Bowen commissioned a review of California's voting systems by a team of technical experts, of which I was one. She released many of the technical reports on the night of 27 July 2007 and then spent a week… more »

Privacy: It Used to Be Nobody's Business!

secrecy, chilling effects, privacy, policy, education
##### This is cross-posted at the [Technology | Academics | Policy](!.aspx) blog. *This post is intended for lay audiences; I can only hope I did a decent job.*… more »

Rebecca Mercuri's Dissertation

elections, reform, copyright, secrecy, privacy, research, policy
One of the godmothers of electronic voting is Rebecca Mercuri. Her PhD dissertation introduced the concept of the voter-verified paper audit trail. I've wanted to read a copy of this thesis for a while and recently had a renewed interest in it. I pai… more »
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