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


Program (June 29th, 2015)

  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
  12:05-13:00 Provided
  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
  18:00-20:00 PETS/SAT Reception