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What is Public and Private Anyway? A Pragmatic Take on Privacy and Democracy

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What is Public and Private Anyway? A Pragmatic Take on Privacy and Democracy

Revealing private content on the Web can also spark public engagement. To understand this, we need to challenge our common sense notions of privacy and democracy.

By Andreas Birkbak, September 2013

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Something Bad Might Happen: Lawyers, anonymization and risk

Something Bad Might Happen: Lawyers, anonymization and risk

The line between personal and anonymous information is often unclear. Increasingly it falls to lawyers to understand and manage the risks associated with the sharing of "anonymized" data sets.

By Marion Oswald, September 2013

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Personal, Pseudonymous, and Anonymous Data: The problem of identification

Personal, Pseudonymous, and Anonymous Data: The problem of identification

Why defining what counts as personal data is important for data protection and information sharing.

By Iain Bourne, September 2013

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On education in entrepreneurship

On education in entrepreneurship

Jessica Mah started her first company, internshipIN.com, at the age of 13, shortly after she began her studies in computer science at the University of California, Berkeley. Currently Product Architect and CEO of inDinero.com, which she co-founded during her undergraduate studies, she discusses the value of her computer science education and how it affected her entrepreneurial path.

By Christina Pop, June 2012

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Computer science in service of democracy

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Computer science in service of democracy

By Peter Kinnaird, December 2011

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An interview with Dr. Beth Simone Noveck

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An interview with Dr. Beth Simone Noveck

The former U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer and the author of Wiki Government: How Technology Can Make Government Better, Democracy Stronger and Citizens More Powerful discusses open government and what it really means.

By Peter Kinnaird, December 2011

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Can data visualization help build democracy?

Can data visualization help build democracy?

An overview of OECD's Better Life Index Experience.

By Jérôme Cukier, December 2011

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Computational social choice

Computational social choice

Making the right decision.

By Ariel D. Procaccia, December 2011

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Staying disciplined during an interdisciplinary degree

On teaching computer science

By David Chiu, December 2008

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Mixed nuts

By Sid Stamm, June 2008

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Second life and education

By Rachel Gollub, December 2007

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Meeting educational needs of the elderly in ICT

By Sergio Sayago, Patricia Santos, Maite Gonzalez, Míriam Arenas, Laura López, December 2007

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At a crossroads

By Chris Jordan, September 2007

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RAS

By Jarrod Trevathan, Wayne Read, August 2006

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Introduction

By William Stevenson, August 2004

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Computer game marketing bias

By Melissa Chaika, November 1996

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Electronic voting

By Lorrie Faith Cranor, April 1996

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Direct democracy

By Adam Lake, May 1995

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