Data Points: Ideas on Data and Society

Date & Time: 04/11/2017 12:10 pm - 04/11/2017 1:15 pm

Join the Program on Data and Governance on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, for a “Data Points: Ideas on Data, Law and Society” lecture series presentation. Dr. Lorrie Faith Cranor, former Chief Technologist at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and professor of Computer Science and Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University, will deliver a talk on “Adventures in Usable Privacy and Security: From Empirical Studies to Public Policy.”

Dr. Cranor is a professor in the School of Computer Science and the Engineering and Public Policy Department at Carnegie Mellon University and is director of the Carnegie Mellon Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory. She was previously a member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation Board of Directors and was a researcher at AT&T Labs-Research. She has authored over 100 papers on online privacy, phishing and semantic attacks, spam, electronic voting, anonymous publishing, usable access control, and other topics. Cranor holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering and public policy, a master’s degree in technology and human affairs as well as computer science, and a doctorate in engineering and policy, all from Washington University in St. Louis.


This lecture is made possible by the generous support of Porter Wright.

The event will take place in the Barrister Club, located at 25 W. 11th Ave., Columbus, Ohio, 43201 (located across 11th Avenue from Drinko Hall, above Panera). Parking is available in the South Campus Gateway garage.


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