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Collaborators Aaron Roth, Jonathan Ullman to present at TPDP 2018

Collaborators Aaron Roth and Jonathan Ullman will present, "Local Differential Privacy for Evolving Data" at Theory and Practice of Differential Privacy (TPDP 2018). TPDP will be held in Toronto, Canada, on October 15th, 2018, as part of CCS 2018. Collaborator Katrina Ligett, and Privacy Tools collaborators and alumni Thomas Steinke and Mark Bun are on the Organizing and Program Committee.  Read more about Collaborators Aaron Roth, Jonathan Ullman to present at TPDP 2018

Aloni Cohen and Kobbi Nissim to present at TPDP 2018

Aloni Cohen and Kobbi Nissim will present, "Towards Modeling Singling Out" and "Linear Program Reconstruction in Practice" at Theory and Practice of Differential Privacy (TPDP 2018). TPDP will be held in Toronto, Canada, on October 15th, 2018, as part of CCS 2018. Collaborator Katrina Ligett, and Privacy Tools collaborators and alumni Thomas Steinke and Mark Bun are on the Organizing and Program Committee.  Read more about Aloni Cohen and Kobbi Nissim to present at TPDP 2018

Alexandra Wood and Stephen Chong to speak on "Robot Lawyers: Automating Legal Compliance for Transferring Private Data"

Privacy Tools team members Alexandra Wood and Stephen Chong are giving a talk on "Robot Lawyers: Automating Legal Compliance for Transferring Private Data." The talk will be on May 14th at 2:00pm at the Boston University School of Law. For more information, please visit https://www.bu.edu/law/news-events/events-calendar/?eid=209434.

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Alexander Goldberg Wins Hoopes Prize for Undergraduate Thesis: “Towards Differentially Private Inference on Network Data”

Alexander Goldberg, a graduating senior at Harvard University, has been awarded the Hoopes Prize for his undergraduate thesis, "Towards Differentially Private Inference on Network Data." This project was supervised and nominated by Privacy Tools Project Principal Investigator Salil Vadhan. Congratulations Alexander! Read more about Alexander Goldberg Wins Hoopes Prize for Undergraduate Thesis: “Towards Differentially Private Inference on Network Data”