Scientists from the Computer Laboratory at Cambridge University have designed a method to improve privacy control in the Android apps market. The method reaches a balance between the need for developer’s revenue and the need for user’s privacy.
The book publishing industry has gone through more change during the past few decades than in any comparable period in its 500-year history. Professor John Thompson examines this change and asks what impact it will have on the future of books.
Our digital connectivity is rapidly transforming almost every aspect of our working and personal lives. It also raises challenges for cybersecurity, privacy, digital infrastructures, accountability and artificial intelligence. How do we take advantage of our digital world and also protect society from risk?
There is no better time, in our view, to bring together social scientists and computer scientists to tackle the big questions raised by one of the most profound and far-reaching revolutions of our time.
Professor Jon Crowcroft (Computer Laboratory) and Professor John Thompson (Department of Sociology)
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