DIMACS/DyDAn Workshop on Internet Privacy: Facilitating Seamless Data Movement with Appropriate Controls

September 18 - 19, 2008
DIMACS Center, CoRE Building, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

Dan Boneh, Stanford University, dabo at cs.stanford.edu
Ed Felten, Princeton University, felten at cs.princeton.edu
Helen Nissenbaum, New York University, helen.nissenbaum at nyu.edu
Presented under the auspices of the DIMACS Special Focus on Algorithmic Foundations of the Internet, the DIMACS Special Focus on Communication Security and Information Privacy and the Center for Dynamic Data Analysis (DyDAn).

Workshop Program:

Thursday, September 18, 2008
 8:45 -  9:30  Breakfast and registration
 9:30 -  9:45  Welcome and opening remarks
               Mel Janowitz, DIMACS Associate Director
Session 1:
 9:45 - 10:15  Pirate Evolution in Broadcast Encryption Schemes
               Aggelos Kiayias, University of Connecticut

10:15 - 11:00  AACS, BD+, and the Limits of DRM
               Alex Halderman,  University of Michigan 

11:00 - 11:45  Combinatorial Approaches for Efficient Coalition Detection in Traitor Tracing
               Hongxia Jin, IBM Almaden 

11:45 -  1:15  Lunch

Session 2:

 1:15 -  1:45  TrackMeNot:  Exploring Obfuscation Strategies in Web Search
               Daniel Howe, New York University

 1:45 -  2:15  PWS: A Privacy Application for Web Search
               Felipe Saint-Jean, Yale University

 2:30 -  3:00  Break

Session 3:

 3:00 -  4:00  Security, Obscurity, and Information Sharing
               Peter Swire, Ohio State University 

 4:00 -  4:45  Panel: "Aggregation, Mining, Profiling: Who should be in control?"
               Moderator: Rebecca Wright, DIMACS
               Speakers:  Alex Selkirk,The Common Data Project
                          Solon Barocas (NYU): Voter Profiling

Friday, September 19, 2008
 8:45 -  9:30  Breakfast and registration
Session 4:

 9:30 - 10:15  Ensuring that Statistical Data Do Not Reveal Too Much about the Underlying Private Data
               Paul Massell, U.S. Census Bureau 

10:15 - 11:00  Pinning Down "Privacy" in Statistical Databases
               Adam Smith, Pennsylvania State University 

11:00 - 11:20  Break

11:20 - 11:50  Q-RICE: Query Rewriting and Policy Integration for access Control and Enforcement
               Faiz Currim and Eunjin Jung, University of Iowa

11:50 - 12:20  How to Eat the Cake without ever Having it---or, Preventing  Servers from Abusing the Privacy of their Clients
               Naftaly Minsky, Rutgers University

12:20 -  1:40  Lunch

Session 5:

 1:45 -  2:15  Privacy and Anonymity in Social Networks
               Arvind Narayanan, University of Texas, Austin 

 2:15 -  2:45  Peer-Produced Privacy Violations
               James Grimmelmann, New York Law School 

 2:45 -  3:15  Break

 3:15 -  3:45  An Interdisciplinary Framework for Defining and Distinguishing 
               Security Desiderata for Personally Sensitive Information
               Nina Feferman, DIMACS and Aaron D. Jaggard, DIMACS

 3:45 -  4:15  Implications of Cold Boot to Internet Privacy
               Ed Felten, Princeton University

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