February 2, 2023

Archives for 2022

CITP Tech Clinic Files Amicus Brief In Gonzalez v. Google Case

By Nia Brazzell and Mihir Kshirsagar In Gonzalez v. Google, a case under review at the Supreme Court, the families of individuals killed by ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris allege that YouTube aided and abetted terrorist strikes by radicalizing recruits through personalized recommendations of videos. CITP’s Tech Policy Clinic filed its first amicus brief before […]

Next Steps for Mercer County Following Voting-Machine Failure

Hand-marked optical-scan paper ballots are the most secure form of voting: with any other method, if the computerized voting machines are hacked, there’s no trustworthy paper trail from which we can determine the true outcome of the election, based on the choices that voters actually indicated.  Even those voting methods that appear to have a […]

Why the voting machines failed in Mercer County

On Election Day, November 8, 2022, every voting machine in every polling place in Mercer County, New Jersey failed to work.  Voters in each precinct filled in the ovals in their preprinted optical-scan paper ballots, but the voting machines couldn’t read them.  So voters were instructed to put their ballots into “slot 3” of the […]

CITP Seeks Postdocs for Fellows Program

Those with a background in information integrity, or in precision health are especially encouraged to apply. As part of our Fellows program, CITP is hiring a Postdoctoral Research Associate. This position is designed for people who have recently received or are about to receive a Ph.D. Applicants should have experience conducting research in at least […]

CITP is Hiring a Professor

We are seeking an Assistant, Associate, or Full professor whose work aligns with one or more of our three focus areas. Please visit the Princeton University open position’s page for more details about the position and the application. Both CITP and Princeton University seek for our research communities to be diverse and inclusive. This commitment […]