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Remembering Internet Dogs
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Remembering Internet Dogs

An iconic cartoon by Peter Steiner, which appeared in The New Yorker in 1993, captured the nature of the nascent Internet. It shows a dog seated at a computer,...

CFP: Intelligent Transportation Systems
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CFP: Intelligent Transportation Systems

One of the goals of this years Computers Freedom and Privacy conference is to ask the question, "Can we be 'smart' and private?"  Wednesday's panel onIntellegent...

Robots: From 'What If' to 'Now That'
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Robots: From 'What If' to 'Now That'

Our panel at CFP will explore how robotics implicates civil liberties today, and in the near term. We will discuss issues from the ethical ramifications of robots...

Online Information Brokers & the Challenges of Privacy in a Networked World
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Online Information Brokers & the Challenges of Privacy in a Networked World

At Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, we receive phone calls and emails about online information brokers almost daily. The individuals who contact us are often those...

Robots After Roomba: The Ethics of Electronic Companions
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Robots After Roomba: The Ethics of Electronic Companions

As robots become woven into the fabric of daily life, what ethical issues will the world face?

Thinking Globally, Thinking Locally: Infrastructures For Collaboration
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Thinking Globally, Thinking Locally: Infrastructures For Collaboration

What does it take for people to collaborate in spite of geographical, disciplinary and cultural differences?  This article looks at the work of two researchers...

Terms of Service, Ethics and Bias
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Terms of Service, Ethics and Bias

Data mining researchers, application builders, and social scientists want to collect and analyze data about your activities online. But when do we cross the line...
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