“Many of the most popular apps in the Google Play store contain trackers: you download the app, and the trackers sweep up a variety of data… Such tactics create a ‘power asymmetry’ for marketers, say Michael Kwet and Sean O’Brien, authors of the study…”
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What is Privacy Lab?
Yale Privacy Lab is an initiative of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. We explore the connection between privacy, security, and anonymity through hands-on software and hardware implementation, such as cybersecurity workshops.
Why does Yale need a Privacy Lab?
The Yale community is increasingly concerned about digital privacy and security, an arena that requires interdisciplinary collaboration. Yale Privacy Lab is a nexus for training and discussions about these contemporary issues, as well as a resource for cryptographic and anonymity tools. Read More…