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Prof. Kobbi Nissim's work cited in an article from the U.K. Government Statistical Service:
(December 2018). Prof. Kobbi Nissim's contrbution to the Privacy and Data Confidentiality Methods – a National Statistician’s Quality Review National Statistician's Quality Review is also reported by WebWire.
Prof. Kobbi Nissim's work on differential privacy cited in a
New York Times article on the 2020 US census: (December 5, 2018). To Reduce Privacy Risks, the Census Plans to Report Less Accurate Data
Prof. Micah Sherr interviewed on CNN for a story on cyberattacks:
(September 8, 2018). Cyberattacks by "foreign government hackers" target senators
Prof. Nathan Schneider quoted in a Washington Post story about talking in cliches:
(August 29, 2018). Baseball players are famous for cliches. Here are the ones they actually use
Prof. Micah Sherr interviewed on CNN for a story on voter registration systems:
(August 9, 2018). Senator says Russia accessed FL voting systems
Tavish Vaidya, a CS Ph.D. candidate, quoted in a
New York Times story on smart devices: (May 10, 2018). The article also discusses research performed by Tavish and his collaborators, including Prof. Micah Sherr and Prof. Clay Shields. Alexa and Siri Can Hear This Hidden Command. You Can’t
Prof. Lisa Singh co-authored a story for
Gallup on US election news: "Email" Dominates What Americans Have Heard About Clinton (September 19, 2016). The story, which reports the findings of a collaborative project between Gallup, Georgetown University and University of Michigan, was also reported on by CNN, Huffington Post, and other venues.
Prof. Lisa Singh featured in a
Washington Post discussion on data privacy: I (March 29, 2018). s privacy dead? What happens to your data and why it matters
Prof. Lisa Singh quoted in
Education Week blog on computer education: (February, 17, 2016). Balancing Coding and Theory in Computer Science
Prof. Lisa Singh quoted in an
nprEd blog on computer education: (February 15, 2016). Should Computer Education Cover More than Just Coding?
Prof. Lisa Singh quoted in a
Nextgov artice on privacy: (September 9, 2014).
Privacy Isn't Dead -- Yet