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Daily Dashboard | In Preparing To Teach Surveillance Coursera, Mayer Finds Privacy Issues Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Sept. 18, 2020

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Jonathan Mayer will teach Stanford Law’s first Coursera this fall on government surveillance, he writes on his blog. In preparation, he says, he’s been poking around the online learning platform and found some security and privacy issues, including that any teacher can “dump the entire user database”; any website that users visit can list their course enrollments if they’re simultaneously logged into their Coursera account, and “Coursera’s privacy-protecting user IDs don’t do much privacy protecting.” Editor’s Note: Look for an exclusive with Mayer on his new venture next week in The Privacy Advisor.
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