Privacy Bridges: EU and US Privacy Experts in Search of Transatlantic Privacy Solutions

Released: 21 October 2015 (New)

Keys Under Doormats: Mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications

Released: 7 July 2015


Working papers / Filings
In progress
  • Networks

    • Improving performance and cost of content delivery in a hyperconnected world (Smaragdakis)

    • What affects the performance and reliability of the public Internet? (Berger)

    • Localizing and characterizing congestion in the Internet (Clark, Bauer, kc claffy [UCSD CAIDA], Amogh Dhamdhere [UCSD CAIDA])

    • Measuring Internet performance (Bauer, Clark, Lehr)

    • Future Internet architecture (Clark)

    • Disclosure and transparency policies for an open Internet (Lehr, Bauer, Erin Kenneally [UCSD/CAIDA])

    • Spectrum license design, sharing, and exclusion rights (Lehr)

    • Performance expectation for gigabit broadband services (Baur, Lehr, Hung)

  • Security

    • Anticipating security externalities from Internet of things architectures (Markel)

    • A provider-to-subscriber secure communication channel (Bauer, Lehr)

    • Foundations of Internet security (Clark, Marjory Blumenthal)

    • Using natural language processing to understand what institutions mean by cybersecurity and what topics the term covers (Testart Pacheco)

  • Privacy

    • Eliciting expectations: Consumer privacy online (Gloria, Weitzner)

    • The impact of data privacy on personal health analytics (Gilpin)

    • Privacy-relevant information leakage from Wi-Fi computing devices (Yuan, Specter, Weitzner)

  • Internet experience

    • Social linked data - Re-decentralizing the web (Berners-Lee, Sambra, Greco)

    • Investigating the growth and DoD application of IoT technologies (Karpf)

    • Accountable information systems for distributed information sharing environments (Yuan, Waterman, Pato, Kagal, Weitzner, Abelson)

    • Foundations of Internet policy (David Clark, William Lehr, kc claffy [UCSD CAIDA])

    • MIT App Inventor - a web-based IDE that lets anyone create original mobile applications for Android devices, even people who have never programmed before

    • Enabling AppInventor to support IoT through several new components and features that allow for communication through Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to various BLE devices (McKinney, Li, Abelson)

    • Analyzing Trajectories of Informal Learning with MIT App Inventor (Xie, Abelson)