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Faculty Spotlight: Assistant Professor, Naeemul Hassan

November 10, 2020 | iSchool News

Naeemul is focused on computational journalism and social sensing, working on a number of projects with faculty and staff from the UMD …

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Dr. Charles Harry Talks About Managing Cyber Risks on The Scientific Sense Podcast

September 11, 2020 | Mia K. Hinckle

Looking at a systems approach to quantifying, prioritizing, and managing risk in critical infrastructure.

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UMD iSchool Welcomes Seven New Faculty Members

August 26, 2020 | Mia K. Hinckle

With strengths in library and archives innovation, digital curation, criminal justice data science, socio-technical aspects of cybersec …

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Maryland Today: Clock’s Ticking Until TikTok Ban, But Does It Make Sense?, featuring Jen Golbeck

August 19, 2020 | iSchool News

As most social media apps are collecting users' personal data, Jen Golbeck shares why banning TikTok and WeChat won't solve the problem …

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Charles Harry Awarded a Maryland Innovation Grant

August 7, 2020 | iSchool News

Dr. Harry will use the grant to create a web application for his cybersecurity framework that provides an analytic approach to assess …

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More Than Just Privacy: Using Contextual Integrity to Evaluate the Long-Term Risks from COVID-19 Surveillance Technologies

August 6, 2020 | Jessica Vitak

Jessica Vitak examines whether users' data is protected on contact tracing apps.

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Mic: The Bitcoin scam that hit Twitter could have been way worse, featuring Jen Golbeck

July 23, 2020 | AJ Dellinger

Recent Twitter hacks demonstrate how misusage of the platform can be detrimental depending on the goals and timing of the attackers. …

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CNBC: How the government could ban TikTok — and what else you need to know, featuring Jen Golbeck

July 20, 2020 | Tom Huddleston Jr.

The US government is considering banning TikTok, one of the most popular apps on the market, due to concerns that the app may be sharin …

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Press Release: Naeemul Hassan Awarded $228,000 NSF Grant For Collaborative Project

June 22, 2020 | UMD Philip Merrill College of Journalism

Dr. Naeemul Hassan and collaborators aim to design and develop computational models to automatically detect video clickbait.