Category: privacy

On cookies when opting-out of in-text search/advertising

blogging, wtf?, privacy, policy, usability
I'm convinced that companies like [Snap] and [Vibrant] have found a clever way to make money off of people ***that either opt-in or opt-out*** of their in-text search/advertising. Both of these companies make money off of in-text search or advertis… more »

My Comments on California's Draft Criteria for Top-To-Bottom Review of Voting Systems

elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, vendors, standards, hacks, privacy, berkeley, policy, legal
[California Secretary of State Deborah Bowen] has begun a Top-To-Bottom (TTB) review of voting systems used in California. On Thursday of last week, the Secretary released a set of draft criteria to be used in the TTB review process ([*"Top-To-Bottom R… more »

New Memo from ES&S on FL CD-13 Source Code Review

elections, vendors, hacks, news, secrecy, chilling effects, privacy, problems, litigation, research, policy
**UPDATE [2007-03-27T11:03:06]:** David Wagner (and other team members) have pointed out that no one on the review team saw this letter until it appeared on the web and that it in no way restricted what they were allowed to write. The official statemen… more »

Call for Papers: IAVoSS Workshop On Trustworthy Elections (WOTE 2007)

elections, news, privacy, friends, research
[1]: http://petworkshop.org/2007/ [2]: http://www.iavoss.org/ [3]: http://www.vote.caltech.edu/wote01.htm [4]: http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/Workshops/Voting/ [5]: http://www.win.tue.nl/~berry/fee2005/ [6]: http://www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/639/ [7]: h… more »

Coding for policy, regulating design

elections, blogging, open source, secrecy, privacy, berkeley, p2p, friends, policy, DRM, usability, legal, education, iSchool
[Deirdre Mulligan] (my mentor and grant supervisor) is leading [a reading group] here at the [School of Information] concerning the embedding of values in policy and policy-sensitive design. Feel free to follow the discussions we have on the blog: [*"C… more »
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