In our next CPI Talk, our hosts Bessma Momani and Shelly Ghai Bajaj discuss how disinformation flows and spreads on direct messaging and private chat applications, why they are important digital spaces to study, and the broader political and social implications of disinformation.
Future graduate students
Are you interested in how quantum computing is shaping all faces of the internet from global financial systems to social media? Or how it may effect cryptographic trust systems and communications? Then, come join the CQN Societal Impacts Winter Lecture: Quantum Internet Protocols event.
Click here to register. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Please join us on June 22nd (Tuesday) at 3:00 pm for Jiayi Chen's Ph.D. seminar. The seminar will be held online on BBB at https://bbb.crysp.org/b/jia-4zu-74k.
Title: Multi-stage Risk-aware Adaptive Authentication and Access Control
March 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Photo from the cover of the Roadmap for Digital Cooperation, UN
Abstract: Threshold signing
The first CrySP Speaker Series on Privacy talk for the term will
be Tue Oct 6, 1:30 pm Eastern, at an online link TBA.
Taking on Big Tech: New Paradigms for New Possibilities
The UXperience | Think Privacy Design Jam will bring together Jammers to create a Privacy-Conscious Design Solution that brings people together. Think Privacy will deliver five days of pre-recorded and live content with four days of team action. Think Privacy will harness the power of experts to guide Jammers in developing a privacy-conscious design toolset. Participants can register as Jammers in teams of five to participate in the design challenge or join individually as Guests to partake in the talks and speakers’ Q & A sessions.
Media, government, and industry commonly frame Security and Privacy as diametrically opposed: protecting one requires sacrificing the other.
Doing the Internet's Dirty Work: Commercial Content Moderators as Social Media's Gatekeepers
Faced with mounting pressures and repeated, very public crises, social media firms have taken a new tack since 2017: to respond to criticism of all kinds and from numerous quarters (regulators, civil society advocates, journalists, academics and others) by acknowledging their long-obfuscated human gatekeeping workforce of commercial content moderators.