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In an interview with TNIT's Jacques Cremer, Professor Glenn Ellison discusses his recent works on a search cost model of obfuscation and position auctions.
How information technology changes privacy in many ways. By Joseph Lorenzo Hall,Postdoctoral Research Associate at Berkeley School of Information.
Professor Joshua Wright explores the limits of antitrust in the context of patent holdup.
A brief overview of data privacy law: what it protects, how, and why by Aaron Burstein, Research Fellow, UC Berkeley School of Information.
The Silicon Flatirons conference, Digital Broadband Migration: Examining the Internet's Ecosystem, will be available via live stream at NextGenWeb.
A survey conducted by Professor Joseph Turow of the University of Pennsylvania indicates that Americans reject the notion of receiving online advertising customized to their preferences.
View the live webcast beginning at 8:30 am (PST) today (January 28th). The FTC's second in a series of roundtables will focus on how technology affects consumer privacy, including its role in both raising privacy concerns and enhancing privacy protections.
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.
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