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Research trifecta

In the past couple weeks, I’ve experienced three research accomplishments, at three increasingly better journals.  It’s convinced me that I am really starting to get the hang of this research thing. First, my article...

Apple’s Fight for Your Privacy 2

Apple’s Fight for Your Privacy

Recently, Apple announced they were publicly fighting a court order to help the FBI to decrypt a phone in the San Bernardino terrorist attacks. From my understanding, the court is ordering Apple to re-write...

The Egoist Case for Privacy 1

The Egoist Case for Privacy

After 8 years of writing, editing, re-writing, editing again, submissions, rejections, more submissions, and subsequent revisions, my article Asking for Facebook Logins: An Egoist Case for Privacy was finally accepted for publication in the Journal...

On the Question of Privacy 0

On the Question of Privacy

“Dad, Thomas keeps looking at me.” At one time or another, most people with siblings or multiple children have heard of (or experienced) this problem. On face of it, the complaint seems silly.  So...

Social Media Privacy Research 0

Fall Research Update

Since my summer research update, I have made lots of progress. Not as much as I originally envisioned, but still on track. As I indicated back then, three manuscripts near completion were all submitted...