Articles tagged: internet privacy
Forum — April 17, 2017 (Carnival Preview)
A few weeks ago, Congress passed a bill allowing internet service providers (ISPs) to sell their users’ browsing history without the users’ permission. Currently, the only hurdle the bill has left to ...
Forum — November 16, 2015
Last week, the ethics of Carnegie Mellon’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) were challenged by [The Onion Router (Tor) Project's accusation](https://blog.torproject.org/blog/did-fbi-pay-univers...
Scitech — August 26, 2013 (First Issue)
How does Amazon know what deals will catch your interest? How does Facebook know what ads to show you? Most people are unaware of the fact that websites collect information about us all the time. “A f...
Forum — November 7, 2011
In the last decade, no one has shaped our culture’s understanding of privacy more than Mark Zuckerberg. He has created a phenomenally successful online service that makes it normal for us to post ever...
News — November 7, 2011
Associate professor chosen to serve Steering Committee