Building Consensus for Privacy and Security

科技动态 2016-04-20

1 min read

I had the pleasure to present at ATLIS
on April 19, 2016, in Atlanta. The conversation covered different facets of privacy, and how to evaluate the different attitudes toward privacy and security in schools.

One element in the conversation that we sped over involved some simple browser-based tools that highlight third party trackers. The example I used highlighted two news sites (Huffington Post and the NY Times), but the process works just as well with educational technology apps: enable Lightbeam
, log in to an edtech site, and see what loads.

The full presentation is available below.

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