PrivacyCon; Federal Trade Commission (FTC); 2016-01-14
- Part 1 – Opening Remarks and Session 1: The Current State of Online Privacy
[Slides, Part 1]
[Rough transcript, Part 1]
- Part 2 – Consumers’ Privacy Expectations
[Slides, Part 2]
[Rough transcript, Part 2]
- Part 3 – Big Data and Algorithms
[Slides, Part 3]
[Rough transcript, Part 3]
- Part 4 – Economics of Privacy & Security
[Slides, Part 4]
[Rough transcript, Part 4]
- Part 5 – Security and Usability and Closing Remarks
[Slides, Part 5]
[Rough transcript, Part 5]
Inventory, 75 comments.
- Ibrahim Altaweel, Nathaniel Good, Chris Jay Hoofnagle; Web Privacy Census; In Technology Science; 2015-12-15; separately noted, separately filled.
tl;dr → there are lots of (HTML4) cookies; cookies are for tracking; cookies are bad. factoids are exhibited.
- Gunes Acar, Christian Eubank, Steven Englehardt, Marc Juarez, Arvind Narayanan, Claudia Diaz; The Web never forgets: Persistent tracking mechanisms in the wild; In Proceedings of the Conference on Computer & Communication Security (CCS); 2014-11, draft of 2014-07-24; 16 pages; landing including some data in tabular format.; previously noted, previously filled.
- Steven Englehardt; The Web Privacy Problem is a Transparency Problem: Introducing the OpenWPM measurement tool; In Some Blog, entitled Freedom to Tinker; 2016-01-14; previously filled.
Steven Englehardt is a Ph.D. student in the computer security group at Princeton.
tl;dr → WebRTC; promotes OpenWPM and academic impact.