June 16, 2024

Archives for 2023

Securing the Web PKI

CITP is releasing a report today based on a two day in-person workshop on the security of the Web Public Key Infrastructure (Web PKI) we held last year. The workshop convened a multistakeholder gathering of experts from across the internet infrastructure, including browser developers, certificate authorities, content delivery networks, cloud providers, civil society, and academia. […]

Building the Society We Want: A CITP Conference

Twenty years ago, social media companies started telling us: “Hey, use this free digital mediaproduct!” We individually used it, or didn’t. And then we all used it, because we had to. Just like the car.The existence of the technology restricts human freedom and agency. The die has been cast:social media has reshaped everything and to […]

Rising Juniors and Seniors – Do you want to make an impact with public interest technology this summer?

Apply here now to be part of the Siegel Public Interest Technology Summer Fellowship! Artificial intelligence, privacy and security, social media platforms and the internet are influencing all sectors of society — from the justice system and banking, to online shopping and the way we work. Indeed, the demand for expertise is great. Each summer, […]

CITP is hiring for multiple positions, including professor, fellow and Emerging Scholar. Join us!

Assistant, Associate or Full Professor The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) and CITP are accepting applications for an assistant, associate or full professor whose work aligns with CITP’s priorities areas: platforms and digital Infrastructure; data science, AI and society, and privacy and security. Please apply here. Fellows Program We are accepting applications for […]

Switzerland’s e-voting system has predictable implementation blunder

Last year, I published a 5-part series about Switzerland’s e-voting system.  Like any internet voting system, it has inherent security vulnerabilities: if there are malicious insiders, they can corrupt the vote count; and if thousands of voters’ computers are hacked by malware, the malware can change votes as they are transmitted.   Switzerland “solves” the […]