Category: friends

Rest in Peace, Yale Braunstein

berkeley, friends, policy, education, iSchool
[Yale Braunstein](http://people.ischool.berkeley.edu/~bigyale/), a professor at UC Berkeley's School of Information, passed away last night. Yale was a significant influence in reinforcing my interests in information and technology policy. In his Inf… more »

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 »

Alex Halderman's DC Council Testimony

elections, certification/testing, reform, news, open source, secrecy, problems, photos, friends, research, policy
I captured video from today's [DC Council][1] [Hearing][2] of The [Committee on Government Operations and The Environment][3]. [Prof. Alex Halderman][4] (Michigan), Susannah Goodman ([Common Cause][5]), Jeremy Epstein and Pamela Smith ([Verified Voti… 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 »

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 »
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