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Dozens of US schools, universities move to ban TikTok

Nir Kshetri, University of North Carolina – Greensboro A growing number of public schools and colleges in the U.S....

Private browsing: What it does – and doesn’t do – to...

Lorrie Cranor, Carnegie Mellon University and Hana Habib, Carnegie Mellon University Many people look for more privacy when they browse the web by using their...

Videoconferencing keeps people connected while the coronavirus keeps them inside –...

Elizabeth Stoycheff, Wayne State University If, before COVID-19, you were concerned about all the data that technology companies had about you, just wait. As stay-at-home...

Website privacy options aren’t much of a choice since they’re hard...

Hana Habib, Carnegie Mellon University and Lorrie Cranor, Carnegie Mellon University You’ve probably encountered a pair of shoes that won’t stop following you around the...

What’s private depends on who you are and where you live

Richard Wilk, Indiana University Citizens and policymakers around the world are grappling with how to limit companies’ use of data about individuals – and how...

When ‘what’s on your mind’ is tragic, not happy – sharing...

Nazanin Andalibi, University of Michigan It’s always wonderful to share happy news – in person and on social media. New jobs, weddings and becoming...

Internet openness pits collaborative history against competitive future

Lorenzo De Carli, Colorado State University The debate about how open the internet should be to free expression – and how much companies should...

Fragmented US privacy rules leave large data loopholes for Facebook and...

Florian Schaub, University of Michigan Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Congressional testimony will discuss ways to keep people’s online data private, which I’m interested in as...

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Veterans turned poets can help bridge divides

James Dubinsky, Virginia Tech Although Veterans Day is a national holiday, often filled with parades and celebrations, it brings with it ambiguity. Howard Zinn, a...