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Paul Ohm of the University of Colorado Law School tackles the complex issues behind privacy and anonymity in a highly-connected society. Last spring, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and the Center for Research on Computation and Society presented Paul Ohm, Associate Professor of Law and Telecommunications at the University of Colorado Law School. As today is Data Privacy day, we thought it would be worthwhile to point to Professor Ohm's podcast of his talk.
Recently, the Brookings Institution hosted a forum, Cloud Computing for Business and Society, as an opportunity to address the need for legislation and industry participation in securing the cloud.
Here is a report from the pre-conference meeting for “State of the Net” which is currently in progress through end of business today.
Interest in privacy, cybersecurity, and policy issues around cloud-based services is rising. TAP academics have written on these issues at length.
TAP highlights a few of Professor Acemoglu’s papers.
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society presented two podcasts on cloud computing: Jonathan Zittrain on "Minds for Sale," and Christopher Soghoian presents "Caught in the Cloud: Privacy, Encryption, and Government Back Doors in the Web 2.0 Era."
There are competing theories of the Federal Trade Commission's reliance on Section 5.
"Information technology may also play an important role in the political economy for developing nations because it will remove the monopoly of information that was produced in the hands of authoritarian governments or monopolistic media sources." - Daron Acemoglu
This interview with Professor Turow focuses on consumer attitudes towards behavioral-based marketing; that is, advertising targeted to groups of people based on their purchase history, lifestyle, location, etc.
TAP academics have written on cyber security and censorship issues at length.
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