Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • Types of Cyber-bullying that Threaten Students

    Posted on August 25, 2017 by in News

    It’s sad news when research centers can’t agree on whether cyberbullying affects one-in-three, one-in-four, or one-in-five teens.  It isn’t the specific number that’s important; it’s the fact that the number never goes below 20%.  Imagine being in a classroom of 25 people, knowing that this classroom is not “normal” unless at least five of those […]

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  • Pizza Over Privacy? Would your friends give you up?

    Posted on August 11, 2017 by in News

    People say they want to protect their personal information, but new research shows privacy tends to take a backseat to convenience and can easily get tossed out the window for a reward as simple as free pizza. The working paper — co-authored by Susan Athey, a senior fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy […]

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  • Black Hat 2017: The Best (and Scariest) Hacks

    Posted on August 4, 2017 by in News

    Black Hat brings together the best minds in security to terrify the pants off each other. The Black Hat conference is a chance for researchers, hackers, and anyone close to the world of security to gather and learn from one another. It’s a week of sessions, training, and—inevitably—some poor decision making in the greater Las […]

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