Paying for Facebook, questions from the crowd, rethinking the TSA budget and more... in this week's Buzz.
A lot of personal information about you is completely invisible, intangible, and racing around cyberspace on a mission to pay your bills and geolocate your Facebook status. And, of course, this is useful and in a lot of ways really cool.
But on today's podcast we talk with Bruce Schneier, Sara Watson, and Josephine Wolff about the obstacles presented by a data-driven society. How can we keep mountains of information out of the wrong hands without compromising all the great benefits we get everyday?
Olivier Sylvain, Associate Professor, Fordham School of Law
with Melody Kramer
Copyright and actors, corporate surveillance, when there is no Internet, and more... in this week's Buzz.
In the latest podcast, we interview Jeffrey "Lyte" Lin, a neuroscientist and a game designer for Riot Games about how to tackle hate speech in online gaming.
The Berkman Center is pleased to announce the publication of this new paper, which provides a detailed account of the launch of New York City's universal pre-kindergarten program and includes an extensive discussions of the city's use of data science techniques.
with authors John Kropf and Neal Cohen
Cybersecurity and the Torah, an anti-manifesto for the Internet, sleep and your screen, and more... in this week's Buzz.