Research talks and panels — Arvind Narayanan

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Title Venue Date
Ten things I've learnt about data privacy BITAG meeting Oct 25, 2017
How to make progress on AI fairness CITP AI Policy initiative launch event Oct 19, 2017
Cryptocurrencies and mechanism design NYC Algorithmic Game Theory meetup Sep 22, 2017
How to think about de-anonymization risk TTI/Vanguard conference, Washington D.C. Sep 12, 2017
Uncovering commercial surveillance on the web [Video] Cornell University Sep 5, 2017
Online Tracking: A 1-million-site Measurement & Analysis Cornell University Sep 5, 2017
Machine bias: surprises from recent research Federal Trade Commission Aug 21, 2017
The future of ad blocking: framework and techniques Center for Democracy & Technology Jul 13, 2017
Bias traps in AI (Panel) [Video] AI Now Symposium, Cambridge MA Jul 10, 2017
Language contains human biases and so will machines trained on language corpora Security & Human Behavior workshop, Cambridge UK May 26, 2017
The future of ad blocking Future of Privacy Forum  May 16, 2017
Cybersecurity ExxonMobile longer-range research meeting May 8, 2017
Lessons for blockchains from the 150-year history of decentralization Columbia University Mar 24, 2017
Online Tracking: A 1-million-site Measurement & Analysis Harvard University Feb 10, 2017
On the Instability of Bitcoin Without the Block Reward [Video] BPASE conference, Stanford Jan 26, 2017
Online Tracking: A 1-million-site Measurement & Analysis [Video] Georgia Tech Jan 20, 2017
The future of ad blocking: analytical framework and new techniques [Abstract] Northeastern University Nov 29, 2016
Language necessarily contains human biases, and so will machines trained on language corpora Harvard Society for Mind, Brain, and Behavior Fall 2016 symposium Nov 28, 2016
Language necessarily contains human biases, and so will machines trained on language corpora Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in Machine Learning 2016 Nov 18, 2016
Language necessarily contains human biases, and so will machines trained on language corpora [Abstract] University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory Security Seminar (remote talk) Oct 11, 2016
Language necessarily contains human biases, and so will machines trained on language corpora Google Tech Talk Sep 30, 2016
Blockchains: technology, applications, limitations International Bar Association Conference Sep 20, 2016
Language necessarily contains human biases, and so will machines trained on language corpora Microsoft Research NYC Sep 13, 2016
Bitcoin and the blockchain: What are they? Will they reshape the world? [Video] Philosophical Society of Washington Sep 9, 2016
Cryptocurrencies: the ideas behind the hype [Video] National Science Foundation Jul 21, 2016
The future of smart contracts: the view from academia Princeton Ethereum Meetup Jul 13, 2016
Blockchains, the web, and standards: the big opportunity (Keynote) Blockchains and the Web: a W3C workshop Jun 29, 2016
ISPs and web privacy: insights from research Ex-parte comments to the FCC Jun 17, 2016
OpenWPM: A tool for external oversight of web tracking International Workshop on Privacy Engineering May 26, 2016
Lessons for Bitcoin from the 150-year history of decentralization MIT Bitcoin Expo Mar 05, 2016
Why the Web Privacy Problem is a Transparency Problem Innovation and the value of privacy, Columbia Feb 05, 2016
Securing Bitcoin wallets via threshold signatures Stanford security seminar Dec 4, 2015
Better security and privacy hinges on better design CS547 guest lecture, Stanford Dec 4, 2015
Bitcoin, game theory, and mechanism design: A research agenda Economics and Computation program, Simons, Berkeley Dec 3, 2015
A new genetic re-identification method and implications for privacy Big Privacy: Policy meets data science, U. Wisc. Oct 15, 2015
Web tracking and online privacy Topics in digital media guest lecture, NYU Oct 8, 2015
Lessons from the history of cryptography FRS 117 guest lecture, Princeton Oct 1, 2015
Machine learning and privacy: attacks and defenses Microsoft faculty summit, Redmond WA Jul 9, 2015
A critique of US cybersecurity policy Kern Medina Seminar, Princeton Jun 12, 2015
Bitcoin and human behavior Security and Human Behavior, Washington, D.C. Jun 8, 2015
Algorithmic society: How did we get here? How should we react? [Abstract] [Video] CITP luncheon series Apr 21, 2015
Bitcoin and Entrepreneurship (Panel) Princeton Entrepreneurship Club Apr 3, 2015
Why Bitcoin matters (to computer scientists) [Abstract and Video] University of Maryland Mar 27, 2015
The quest to reverse-engineer our algorithmic world Old Guard of Princeton Mar 25, 2015
Threshold cryptography for mission-critical security Google security summit Mar 17, 2015
Why you need threshold signatures to protect your wallet [Video] MIT Bitcoin Expo Mar 8, 2015
Future of privacy (Panel) SaTC PI meeting Jan 6, 2015
Reverse engineering online tracking for privacy, transparency, accountability [Abstract and Video] MIT big data lecture series Dec 8, 2014
Bitcoin doesn't work in theory. Who cares? Hashers United Oct 10, 2014
Tutorial on web privacy and transparency[Video] Princeton Web Privacy and Transparency Conference Oct 24, 2014
Ending the Online Panopticon: The Princeton Web Transparency and Accountability Project[Abstract] [Video] CITP luncheon series Sep 30, 2014
Better in Practice than in Theory: Lessons from the Rise of Bitcoin[Abstract] HotSec 2014 Aug 19, 2014
Is there a filter bubble on news websites? Microsoft Research NYC Apr 1, 2014
Altcoins: designing novel cryptocurrencies (Panel) [Video] Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Research Conference Mar 27, 2014
Is Bitcoin Anonymous?[Video] Real World Cryptography Workshop Jan 13, 2014
Introduction to Cryptography and Differential Privacy "Accelerate Genomic Research with Privacy Protections" workshop, Banbury Center Dec 12, 2013
Privacy Technologies Guest Lecture, WWS 351 Dec 5, 2013
Online Tracking: An Arms Race? Princeton ACM meeting Nov 21, 2013
Ethical training of software engineers: Why and how [Abstract] [Video] CITP Luncheon series Nov 7, 2013
The Business of Tracking [Video] Chicago Ideas Week Oct 16, 2013
Mixcoin: Bitcoin Anonymity via accountable mixes DC Area Anonymity/Privacy/Security Seminar Oct 11, 2013
Beyond the code: What makes privacy technologies succeed or fail? CRISSP, NYU Poly Aug 8, 2013
Privacy Technologies: An Annotated Syllabus HotPETS 2013, Bloomington IN Jul 12, 2013
Academic publishing as (ruinous) competition: Is there a way out? Transcript PETS 2013, Bloomington IN Jul 11, 2013
Bitcoin: Security, Anonymity, Economics IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights May 15, 2013
What happened to the crypto dream?
Digital feudalism is upon us. How do we respond? [Abstract] [Video] CITP luncheon series May 09, 2013
Dumpster diving on the web (or) Web measurement for fairness and transparency Drexel University May 07, 2013
Beyond "Personally Identifiable Information" (Panel) Big Privacy, CITP, Princeton Apr 26, 2013
Privacy by Design: An Engineering Ethics Perspective (Panel) [Video] Santa Clara University School of Law Jan 23, 2013
Digital feudalism is upon us. How do we respond? Electronic Frontier Foundation, San Francisco Jan 23, 2013
Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School Jan 22, 2013
How Have Companies Reacted to Deanonymization Research? DIMACS workshop on differential privacy, Rutgers Oct 26, 2012
What Happened to the Crypto Dream? [Abstract] [Video] CITP luncheon series Jul 16, 2012
Technology is Not Enough: New Directions in Designing for Privacy Facebook Aug 12, 2012
Twitter Aug 7, 2012
SRI International Aug 5, 2012
Google Jul 9, 2012
Centralized Collection and Control of Personal Data: Due for Disruption or Unstoppable Trend? [Video] Mozilla Jul 17, 2012
What Happened to the Crypto Dream? Electronic Frontier Foundation Jul 16, 2012
Applications of Data Science (Panel) Singularity University Graduate Studies Program Jul 3, 2012
Data Privacy Technologies: From Alchemy to an Engineering Discipline ("job talk") UI Urbana-Champaign Apr 23, 2012
UC Santa Barbara Apr 11, 2012
Microsoft Research, Redmond Apr 4, 2012
Carnegie Mellon University Mar 30, 2012
Microsoft Research, Silicon Valley Mar 26, 2012
USC Mar 22, 2012
Princeton Mar 7, 2012
University of Maryland Feb 27, 2012
Yale Feb 23, 2012
Is Writing Style Sufficient to Deanonymize Material Posted Online? 2012 Security Workshop, Stanford Computer Forum Apr 2, 2012
A Whirlwind Tour of Inference Algorithms for Breaching Confidentiality Center for the Study of Global Financial Stability, Penn State University Mar 15, 2012
On the Feasibility of Internet-scale Author Identification PARC, Palo Alto Feb 9, 2012
Privacy and Anonymity in a World of Interconnected Data TASC, Mountain View Dec 13 2011
Why Online Tracking is Worse Than You Thought, and Why We Need Do Not Track Governance of Social Media Workshop, Washington D.C. Nov 11 2011
Location Privacy via Private Proximity Testing Syschat, UMD College Park Nov 9 2011
Online Tracking: A Diagnosis and Some Prescriptions ECE 18-739, CMU Silicon Valley Oct 27 2011
Adnostic and Friends: The Past, Present and Future of Privacy Intermediaries Technicolor Research, Palo Alto Aug 24 2011
Can We Do Meaningful Deidentification of Medical Data? (Panel) HealthSec 2011, San Francisco Aug 9 2011
Link Prediction by De-anonymization: How We Won the Kaggle Social Network Challenge IJCNN, San Jose Aug 5 2011
The Do Not Track Cookbook Stanford Law School CIS Affiliates Meeting Aug 1 2011
Physically Unclonable Functions: PUFs of smoke? Stanford Security Seminar Jul 29 2011
Online Tracking and Defenses: Technology, Economics, Policy WiTAP: Workshop on Internet Tracking, Advertising, and Privacy, Stanford Jul 22 2011
The Failure of Data Anonymization and What to Do About It Nokia / NSN privacy network (remote talk) Jun 6 2011
Rethinking Privacy: A Multidisciplinary Perspective Yahoo Security Week Apr 28 2011
Tracking on the Internet and Do Not Track Stanford Computer Forum: 2011 Security Workshop Apr 11, 2011
Paying with Data: How Free Services Aren't Free (Panel) South By Southwest, Austin TX Mar 13, 2011
Rethinking Privacy: A Multidisciplinary Perspective CS247, Stanford Mar 1, 2011
Do Not Track Demystified (Panel) Future of Privacy Forum, National Press Club, Washington D.C. Dec 2, 2010
A Thousand Points of Data (Panel) Big Data: Public Policy and the Exploding Digital Corpus, Princeton University Nov 30, 2010
Location Services with Built-in Privacy Stanford Nov 10, 2010
The Failure of Data Anonymization SAP Labs Sep 9, 2010
Location services with built-in privacy Security lunch, Stanford Jul 15, 2010
Anonymization: Myths, Challenges and Techniques (Panel) International Association of Privacy Practitioners: Practical Privacy Series Jun 15, 2010
Social Networks and Persistent Identity: Security Threats and Opportunities Symantec Research Labs Jun 10 2010
Location-based Services with Built-in Privacy Stanford Computer Forum: 2010 Security Workshop Apr 30 2010
The Failure of Anonymization: Crisis and Opportunity Yahoo Security Week Apr 26 2010
What Computer Scientists Know About Anonymization and Aren't Telling You Privacy and Free Speech Online seminar, Stanford Law School Apr 8 2010
User Privacy on the Web Stanford CS241 Apr 1 2010
Privacy Leaks in the Cloud and Potential Solutions (Panel) RSA Conference Mar 3 2010
Adnostic: Privacy-preserving Targeted Advertising NDSS 2010 Mar 1 2010
Privacy: The Big Picture (Part 1) A series of 3 talks at CS 294: Advanced Topics in Computer Security (UC Berkeley) Feb 27 2010
Inferential Attacks on Data Privacy (Part 2)
Differential Privacy: Achievements and Challenges (Part 3)
Privacy and Technology (Panel) Second FTC Privacy Roundtable, Berkeley Jan 28 2010
What Does it Mean to Own Our Genome? Large-scale Re-identification of DNA and Implications for Privacy 23andme (Invited talk) Jan 20 2010
Stanford Security Seminar Jan 12 2010
UTCS Colloquium, UT Austin Nov 5 2009
Security lunch, UC Berkeley Oct 27 2009
De-anonymizing Social Networks RAIN Seminar (Stanford) Sep 30 2009
Privacy by Design in Social Networks: Pitfalls and Challenges SocialNetSec (Stanford) Sep 11 2009
De-anonymizing Individuals in a Database CS3636 (Naval Postgraduate School) Jul 27 2009
The End of Anonymized Data: The Case of Social Networks IEEE S&P '09 May 19, 2009
Privacy and Anonymity in a World of Interconnected Data Ph.D Thesis Defense, UT Austin May 1, 2009
Privacy and Anonymity in a World of Interconnected Data Google Oct 2008
UC Berkeley Oct 22, 2008
PARC Oct 21, 2008
Microsoft Research Oct 20, 2008
Stanford Security Seminar Oct 14, 2008
Robust De-Anonymization of Large Sparse Datasets IEEE S&P '08 May 19, 2008
Privacy and Anonymity in Social Networks DIMACS Workshop on Internet Privacy May 25, 2007
Domain Extension for Random Oracles: Beyond the Birthday Paradox Bound ECRYPT Hash Workshop 2007 May 25, 2007
Horizontal Malware Analysis SRI International (Summer Internship wrap-up talk) Aug 22 2007
Obfuscated Databases and Group Privacy ACM CCS 05 Nov 8, 2005
Fast Dictionary Attacks on Human-Memorable Passwords Using Time-Space Tradeoff ACM CCS 05 Nov 10, 2005