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March 2, 2015 - March 8, 2015

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Tim Edgar Assesses A Recent Supreme Court Ruling With Surveillance Implications

Writing for Lawfare, Timothy Edgar, a Visiting Fellow at the Watson Institute, offers an astute and even at times humorous analysis of the implications that the recent Yates v. United States decision has for national security surveillance. The article is available here.

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Michael Chang Wins KPCB Fellowship

Michael Chang, a junior at Brown University concentrating in computer engineering, has just been selected for the Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers (KPCB) Fellows Program, one of technology’s most prestigious fellowships. He’ll be spending the summer working for Shape Security, a firm that creates dynamic security architecture to defend web sites against malware ...

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Working with colleagues from the University of Southampton and National Information and Communications Technology Australia (NICTA), Victor Naroditskiy PhD '09 has published findings that reveal a downside to crowdsourcing, particularly when competition is involved.

Beginning with the discovery that the openness of crowdsourcing makes it vulnerable to malicious behavior, the researchers arrive at some unexpected ...

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