Category: privacy

Open Government Workshop at CITP

open source, secrecy, privacy, politics, berkeley, friends, research, policy, usability, legal, princeton
Here at Princeton's CITP, we have a healthy interest in issues of open government and government transparency. With the release last week of the [Open Government Directive] by the Obama Administration, our normally gloomy winter may prove to be conside… more »

EVT/WOTE 2009 Update

elections, hacks, news, secrecy, privacy, friends, research, policy, usability
I'm excited to announce that we have the following confirmed invited talks for [EVT/WOTE 2009][1]: * Keynote: [Larry Norden], NYU Brennan Center * Invited Talk: [Hon. Rush Holt], NJ-12 U.S. Representative * Invited Talk: [Ben Adida], Harvard Unvie… more »

Dude, ForceHTTPS

hacks, privacy, friends, policy, education
There's been quite a bit of attention ([EFF], [NYT], [BBC]) paid to the [letter] to Google from 38 security experts requesting that they make HTTPS the default for their cloud computing services (GMail, Google Docs, Calendar, etc.). [NYT]: http://bit… more »

Ah, crap

blogging, wtf?, chilling effects, privacy, friends
Well, I'm now on [twitter] as [@joebeone] (pronounced like JOE-bee-won). [twitter]: http://twitter.com/ [@joebeone]: http://twitter.com/joebeone I resisted for a while. I blame it all on [Layer Tennis]. You can't vote for a winner in layer tenn… more »

Chris Edley on Election Rights and Potholes

system, elections, accessibility, reform, news, privacy, politics, berkeley, problems, litigation, friends, research, policy, legal, podcasts, education
The high-point of last weeks' Pew/JEHT conference, "Voting in America", was seeing the Dean of Berkeley Law, Chris Edley, give a keynote during dinner on Tuesday. With his permission, I am making available audio from his address. Find it here (30 minu… more »
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