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Wired reports on the work of MIT PhD student Jean Yang, who has invented a privacy-centric coding language called Jeeves that allows coders to “readily create privacy settings for an entire application, a master list that could then flow to each new application feature.” With Jeeves, Yang said, “private data such as photos would be attached to policies until the moment they are released. This guarantees that unauthorized viewers may not view a photo no matter what series of actions they took to arrive at a photo.”
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