Outline for March 9, 2016

Reading: Papers for March 9
Due: Homework 4, due March 14

  1. Administrative matters
    1. Presentations for March 11
      1. Chinyere Duru, “If You Were Attacked, You’d Be Sorry: Counterfactuals as Security Arguments”; questioner, Yeh-Cheng Chen
      2. Pallavi Kudigrama, “Attacking the Internet Using Broadcast Digital Television”; questioner, Chinyere Duru
    2. Presentations for March 14
      1. Calvin Li, “On the Robustness of Mobile Device Fingerprinting: Can Mobile Users Escape Modern Web-Tracking Mechanisms?”; questioner, Apoorva Rangaraju
      2. Ruoan Ji, “Understanding and Monitoring Embedded Web Scripts”; questioner, Pallavi Kudigrama
  2. Presentations for today
    1. Oleksky Budilovsky, “The Myth of the Average User: Improving Privacy and Security Systems through Individualization”; questioner, Mark Crompton
    2. Minghua Zhu, “Private-by-Design Advertising Meets the Real World”; questioner, Gabriel Castillo

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