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Daily Dashboard | Carnegie Fellows Program to help Cranor, Kosseff with privacy research Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Canada Managing Director, May 22, 2020





There's no shortage of privacy-related research going on around the world these days. Carnegie Mellon University Professor of Computer Science and of Engineering and Public Policy Lorrie Faith Cranor, CIPT, and U.S. Naval Academy Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity Law Jeff Kosseff, CIPP/US, have each taken part in prior studies that worked to pull back the curtain on some of the many topics within privacy. Both privacy professionals are embarking on new studies this summer, but they'll do so with some notable support. Cranor and Kosseff recently had privacy research projects picked up by the Carnegie Corporation of New York's Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program. The two-year fellowship aims to "provide support for high-caliber scholarship in the social sciences and humanities." In this piece for The Privacy Advisor, IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball spoke with each of the winners about what they plan to study and produce as a result.
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