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Archives for July 2013

Google Glass vuln in QR codes and ballot marking applications

Reading recently about a vulnerability in Google Glass that can be exploited if a victim takes a picture of a malicious QR code made me think about one of the current trends in absentee balloting. A number of localities in the US are trying out absentee ballot schemes where a voter goes to a website […]

MIT asks to intervene in Swartz FOIA suit

Yesterday MIT filed papers asking to intervene in journalist Kevin Poulsen’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking the Secret Service’s records of the agency’s investigation of Aaron Swartz. Poulsen had won a court order requiring the Secret Service to turn over its documents about Aaron, who took his own life while facing aggressive criminal […]

Take Over My Dream Job: Associate Director at CITP

Nearly four years ago, I joined the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton as Associate Director. The CITP community is a fantastic collection of smart and funny people who work passionately on all aspects of information technology policy. It was my dream job, so it was bittersweet when I accepted a new job working […]