Q&A: Lorrie Cranor of Carnegie Mellon University

‘Most People Value Their Privacy a Lot’ By C.J. Thompson  Lorrie Cranor is a longtime champion of privacy and security issues. A professor of computer science, engineering and public policy at Carnegie Mellon University, she also serves as director of the university’s CyLab Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory and is co-director of the MSIT privacy…

‘Giving It Out Like Candy’

Calif. Bill Seeks to Stop Police From Unbridled License-Plate Data Collection An image from the user guide for the Law Enforcement Archival Reporting Network (LEARN) system, Vigilant Solutions’ platform for law enforcement officers who access license-plate data. By Fiona Tang California legislators are considering a bill that would limit law enforcement’s retention of data obtained…

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