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CSC 203 - Privacy in a Wired World


Semester Hours: 3
Periodically
Advances in storage and communication technologies have enabled the collection, storage and dissemination of vast quantities of data. Data owners need to be aware that their data may contain sensitive information about individuals and businesses, and that the use or release of such data may be governed by laws, regulations, and ethical standards. This course focuses on the technical challenges of handling sensitive data, as well as on legal and policy issues that data owners and data users face. Topics covered include: the need for privacy; privacy policies and laws; privacy challenges in technology-related areas such as cloud computing, mobile computing, and RFID; privacy models; techniques for privacy-preserving data analysis and data mining. 

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Open to graduate students enrolled in programs in the Computer Science  Department or by permission of instructor. May not be taken on a Pass/Fail basis.





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