Carnegie Mellon

Video: Privacy in the Age of Augmented Reality

Threatpost has spoken before with Carnegie Mellon University professor Alessandro Acquisti, one of the country’s leading authorities on the impact of social networks and emerging technologies on privacy. In a talk last week at Stanford University’s Center for Internet and Society titled “Privacy in the Age of Augmented Reality,” the professor who specializes in the economics of privacy, shares his research on how loose privacy protections affect how people conduct themselves on social networks.

Study Finds Online Privacy Tools Fail to Protect Users

Poor design and usability issues make leading online privacy management tools ineffective, according to researchers at CMU’s Cylab. The report said the results suggest that the current system of industry-led opt out protections is “fundamentally flawed.”

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