Workshop on
Surveillance & Technology

June 29th, 2015
held with the Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS).

Drexel University
Behrakis Grand Hall at Creese Student Union Center
3210 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

@satsymposium

Program (June 29th, 2015)

       
Schedule  
  08:00-8:50 Breakfast
  08:55-9:00 Welcome
  Session: Keynote   Chair: Seny Kamara
  09:00-10:00 TBA
Christopher Soghoian
  10:00-10:30 Break
  Session: Papers   Chair: George Danezis
  10:30-10:50 Large Scale Wi-Fi tracking using a Botnet of Wireless Routers (pdf)
Pierre Rouveyrol, Patrice Raveneau and Mathieu Cunche
  10:50-11:10 Scandinista! Analyzing TLS Handshake Scans and HTTPS Browsing by Website Category (pdf)
Andrew Hilts
  11:10-11:30 Searching Securely: Technical Issues with Warrants for Remote Search (Invited) (pdf)
Steven Bellovin, Matt Blaze, Susan Landau
  11:30-11:50 LEAP: A next-generation client VPN and encrypted email provider (pdf)
Elijah Sparrow, Harry Halpin, Kali Kaneko, Ruben Pollan
  11:50-12:10 Let's First Get Things Done! On divisions of labor on privacy self-defense campaign (WiP)
Seda Gurses
  Lunch     
  12:05-13:00 Provided
  Tutorial     
  13:00-14:30 Surveillance Law
Jonathan Mayer
  14:30-15:00 Break
  Work in Progress I   Chair: Apu Kapadia
  15:00-15:20 Privacy-preserving contact chaining
Joan Feigenbaum
  15:20-15:40 Privacy-Preserving Publish-Subscribe using End-to-End Encryption
Kurt Rohloff
  15:40-16:00 Privacy Challenges in Life-Logging
Ronald Petrlic
  16:00-16:30 Break
  Work in Progress II   Chair:
  16:30-16:50 Cliptography: Clipping the Power of Kleptographic Attacks
Qiang Tang
  16:50-17:10 Incoercible Multi-Party Computation and Universally Composable Receipt-Free Voting
Hong-Sheng Zhou
  17:10-17:30 Twitter's Reaction on Revelations about Government's Internet Surveillance program
Shirin Nilizadeh
  17:30-17:50 Progress and Challenges to making End-to-End Encrypted Email Easy
Will Ackerly
  Reception     
  18:00-20:00 PETS/SAT Reception


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