Archive for the 'Privacy' Category

Laptops in the Classroom

Yazan: Candace | 10 May 2007 | No Comments
Categories: Academia, Culture, Privacy, School, Technology

I went to the Teaching and Learning Conference at the University of Windsor on Tuesday. It turns out that this conference is worth at least a couple of blog posts. First one up is about laptops in the classroom. The session was called “Excellence in Teaching: Ten Useful Strategies for New and Experienced Faculty” and […]

Why Anonymity Should be Protected in Cyberspace

Yazan: Candace | 18 August 2005 | No Comments
Categories: Anonymity, Cyberspace, Free speech, Privacy, Technology

An individual’s ability to operate anonymously in cyberspace must be protected. Anonymity is fundamentally linked to free speech, privacy and personal security. Instances where an individual might seek anonymity include communication, political action, research, and shopping. Anonymity/pseudonymity provides protection from persecution and creates a measure of physical safety. This paper explores why anonymity is necessary, […]

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