Current Topics in Privacy Seminar
The Current Topics in Privacy Seminar is a three-credit course (08-602) taught in the Fall and Spring semesters. Members of the university community are invited to participate in the seminar even if they are not enrolled in the course. In this seminar course students will discuss recent papers and current public policy issues related to privacy. Privacy professionals from industry, government, and non-profits will deliver several guest lectures each semester.
Members of the CMU community interested in receiving notifications about the seminars each week should contact the course instructor to request to be added to the email list.
To meet with a speaker or for more information, contact Tiffany Todd at email@example.com.
Instructors: Lorrie Cranor
Time and Location: Thursdays, 12:00-1:20 PM. All Seminars will be held in HBH (Hamburg Hall) 1002.
1/19/17 - NO SEMINAR THIS WEEK!
1/26/17 Lorrie Cranor, Enigma Practice Talk- "Putting Privacy Notices to the Test"
1/27/17 JOIN MSIT-PE STUDENTS FOR CMU PRIVACY DAY IN THE CUC CONNAN ROOM!
2/2/17 Sebastian Zimmeck, CMU - "A Privacy Analysis of Cross-Device Tracking"
2/9/17 Martin Degeling, CMU - "Online Profiling- What tracking companies learn from browsing habits and ways to take control of your data double"
2/16/17 Alessandro Acquisti, CMU - “Privacy, Economics, and Behavior: An overview”
2/23/17 Jason Hong, CMU
3/9/17 Yang Wang, Syracuse - "The Third Wave? Inclusive Privacy and Security."
3/16/17 Spring Break- No Classes
3/23/17 Elizabeth Stobert, ETH Zurich
3/30/17 Janice Tsai, Microsoft
4/6/17 Adam Durity, Google
4/13/17 Travis Hall, NTIA
4/20/17 Spring Carnival, No Classes
4/27/17 Josh Tan, CMU - "Can unicorns help users compare crypto key fingerprints?" (practice talk for CHI)
5/4/17 Hana Habib, CMU - "Designing the MPN Wizard: A Proposed Solution to the Privacy Snapshot Challenge”