News & Events
- Data Privacy Day - "White House official addresses challenges facing the need for big data" Pittsburgh Post Gazette
- Watch a video of our keynote speaker, Nicole Wong here
- See more Data Privacy Day Events here
Data Privacy Day - January 29, 2014
Nicole Wong, Deputy Chief Technology Officer of the White House speaks at Data Privacy Day
Professor Norman Sadeh and Nicole Wong
Nicole Wong and Assoc. Professor Lorrie Cranor
Adam Durity and other students attend the Data Privacy Day Clinic
- Dictionary.com names "privacy" their word of the year for 2013!
- The MSIT PE Program sponsored The Security and Privacy Project Showcase on December 5th
- Article: Privacy engineering emerges as a hot new career. IEEE potentials
- Privacy Identity Innovation Video: Hangout on Privacy Engineering - With Lorrie Cranor and Alessandro Acquisti
- Forbes: What Chase and Other Banks Won't Tell You about Selling Your Data - Research by Lorrie Cranor and her students finds that despite the requirement that banks post privacy policies, it is difficult to find banks with good privacy practices
- Is 2013 Year of the Privacy Engineer? Find out more here.
- Carnegie Mellon leads NSF Project to Help People Understand Web Privacy Policies. News Release
- Watch faculty members Lorrie Cranor and Jason Hong talking about the MSIT-Privacy Engineering program on Our Regions Business.
- The MSIT-PE Program held it's first student orientation
- CMU Faculty were interviewed by the press about NSA surveillance
- NPR All things Considered: Poll: Majority of Americans Comfortable with Surveillance
- KDKA News: Local People React to NSA Collecting Verizon Telephone Data
- Alessandro Acquisti appeared on 60 MINUTES: Facial Recognition Technology outpaces regulation
- The New York Times: Letting Down our Guard with Web Privacy - Intriguing experiments by Alessandro Acquisti suggest that people often reveal more than they mean to online
- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 10/16/12: CMU introduces new masters program for technological privacy certification
- Two Carnegie Mellon University papers, were selected by the Future of Privacy Forum as 2012 "Privacy Papers for Policy Makers"
- Faculty members Lorrie Cranor and Alessandro Acquisti and CMU alumni Janice Tsai and Serge Egleman won the Information Systems Research's 2012 Best Published Paper Award for their 2011 paper "The Effect of Online Privacy Information on Purchasing Behavior: An Experimental Study."
- CMU launches new masters program for privacy engineers