Ian Glazer

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Big P Privacy in the Era of Small Things

by Ian Glazer  |  November 14, 2013  |  1 Comment

Recently, I was asked to give a talk about privacy challenges of the Internet of Things. A couple of years ago, I did some research on data labeling techniques that I realized were directly applicable to these privacy challenges. Subscribers can check out the research here and you can read a little more about the […]

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A Few Thoughts from the InCommon ConFab

by Ian Glazer  |  April 27, 2012  |  Comments Off

This week, I had the pleasure of presenting to this year’s InCommon ConFab. Jacob Farmer of Indiana University and the rest of the InCommon team put together a great day and half program. Putting people like Bob Morgan (University of Washington), Ken Klingenstein (Internet2), and Anil John (GSA FICAM) on stage to talk about federated […]

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Follow-up from Catalyst 2011: Tamper detection and Relationship Context Metadata

by Ian Glazer  |  August 19, 2011  |  Comments Off

For all hours that go into preparing for the Catalyst conference, it flashes by in an instant. This year was no exception. In the course of prepping for Catalyst, I attempt to pack my head as full of my recent research as possible, but there are practical limits to that… In the privacy track, I […]

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Privacy contexts over dinner

by Ian Glazer  |  March 24, 2011  |  Comments Off

This weekend I had an opportunity to attend a dinner that, besides providing great food, presented me with an interesting exercise in privacy expectations. There’s a person here in DC who hosts weekly dinners featuring Gujarati food. Seats are incredibly limited. The identity of the host is a secret. Even the event’s location is a […]

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We are the disrobots

by Ian Glazer  |  October 21, 2010  |  1 Comment

Our technology and our society have reached a point where our privacy can be automatically impinged. We have fully automated disrobing ourselves. We have created the disrobot – a machine or process which automates the stripping away of the veil of privacy. Consider the apps on your smartphone or social networking platform of choice. There […]

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