IPRI Student Studies the Intersection of Technology and Public Policy

Published on 2019-12-02

Marc Aidinoff, an IPRI student, recipient of the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy Grant, and…

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Addressing BGP Serial Hijacking

Published on 2019-11-27

While nearly essential for modern-day society, the technologies we use to share information on the…

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Ensuring Privacy While Utilizing Citizen Data in India

Published on 2019-11-22

Using data from city citizens to advance government efficiency while maintaining their privacy appears to…

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Ensuring that Smart Cities Don’t Become Surveillance Cities

Published on 2019-11-20

On my way to work, I pass no less than three bike-sharing stations. I use…

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News: Larry Susskind Discusses Ransomware Attacks on WGBH

Published on 2019-11-08

In a recent WGBH interview, Arun Rath and Larry Susskind talked about ransomeware attacks. Susskind,…

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How a Proposed Housing Act Change Could Affect Discriminatory AI

Published on 2019-09-30

Since its introduction in 1968, the Fair Housing Act has shielded proctected classes from discrimination….

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News: Introducing the MIT Cybersecurity Clinic

Published on 2019-09-30

The critical infrastructure that our cities rely on is not as secure as we would…

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News: Surveillance in the Age of the Internet

Published on 2019-09-19

How private is your personal data? In a video by Chronicle, Kade Crockford, Director of…

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IPRI Welcomes Luis Videgaray as a Distinguished Fellow

Published on 2019-09-18

Luis Videgaray, former foreign minister of Mexico and MIT alumnus, has become a distinguished fellow at…

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Rulemaking in the Privacy and Cybersecurity Landscape

Published on 2019-06-24

Back in 2012, when both Cameron Kerry and Daniel Weitzner were framing the 2012 White…

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