|CARNEGIE MELLON EVENT CALENDAR|
Data Privacy Day: Will Mobile Web and Social Networking End Privacy?
Jan 28, 2013
Carnegie Mellon will observe Data Privacy Day with a panel discussion about the ways that mobile phones and social networks make it harder for people to maintain their privacy. Computer Science Professor Norman Sadeh, co-director of CMU's new master's degree program in privacy engineering, will moderate a discussion titled "Will the Mobile Web and Social Networking Mark the End of Privacy?" Panelists will include Alessandro Acquisti, associate professor of information technology and public policy; Lorrie Cranor, associate professor of computer science, engineering and public policy and co-director of the privacy engineering master's degree program; Jason Hong, associate professor of human-computer interaction; and Travis Breaux, assistant professor of computer science.
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