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[liberationtech] Measuring NSA Surveillance - FSI Stanford

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Mon Dec 9 07:34:11 PST 2013


http://fsi.stanford.edu/events/7923

Measuring NSA Surveillance
CISAC Science Seminar

DATE AND TIME
December 9, 2013
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

AVAILABILITY
Open to the public
No RSVP required

SPEAKER
Jonathan Mayer - Cybersecurity Fellow, CISAC

About the Topic: What do the National Security Agency’s bulk
surveillance programs reveal about Americans?  This talk presents
ongoing studies of Internet and telephone metadata.  Preliminary
results suggest that technical restrictions are far less effective
than many observers have assumed.

If you would like to read about the topic before the seminar,
Jonathan’s work on the subject is available at http://bit.ly/1iMdkkM
and http://stanford.io/1iMdjNM.

Speaker bio:

Jonathan Mayer is a Ph.D student in Computer Science and a J.D.
student in Law at Stanford University. He joined CISAC as a
predoctoral cybersecurity fellow in 2012, and continued as a
cybersecurity fellow at CISAC for 2013-2014.

His research aims to advance difficult problems in technology policy.
His recent work has focused on how to protect consumer privacy while
promoting online innovation. In one line of studies, Jonathan has used
web measurement to shed light on the information collected about
consumers online. Another project aims to develop third-party web
services that deliver functionality without tracking users.

Jonathan completed his undergraduate degree at Princeton University in
2009, with a concentration in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and
International Affairs.



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