Haven’t posted in a while, and unfortunately, this won’t be a long one. I did, however, want to say that I had an incredibly great time at the UWC-USA for their symposium on social networking. I was giving a presentation entitled “Run Away: A Fair and Balanced Look at Privacy in the Age of Location-Based Social Networking,” comprising some parts of my Mnikr research, some new things from SimpleGeo, and some basics of how privacy works these days. I took video, which worked nicely, except YouTube appears to have eaten the audio sync somehow. (It’s really fine, as there’s no good reason to watch me anyway.) I’ve also embedded the slides below.
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