Publications Advising Teaching Speaking Press Bio etc. Office: 308 Sherrerd 609-258-9302Press: please email before calling. email@example.com Twitter: @random_walker I'm an assistant professor of computer science at Princeton. I research and teach information privacy and security, and moonlight in technology policy. I'm a co-appointed faculty member at the Center for IT Policy and an affiliate scholar at Stanford Law School's CIS. Earlier I was a post-doctoral researcher at Stanford and did my Ph.D. at UT Austin. (Bio) You can follow my work via my blogging at Freedom to Tinker and 33 Bits of Entropy. I have three major research areas. I'm always looking for strong students to join the team. I lead Princeton's Web Transparency and Accountability Project. We use large-scale, automated web measurement to uncover how companies are collecting and using our personal information. Previously I helped develop the Do Not Track standard and worked on privacy-enhancing technologies for the web. see in depth We've developed an online course and accompanying textbook on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, as well as a systematization-of-knowledge paper. We also have a variety of ongoing research relating to the security, anonymity, and stability of cryptocurrencies, and novel applications of blockchains. see in depth My Ph.D. research on "de-anonymization" showed that the level of anonymity that companies claim to provide in published databases is fundamentally unrealizable. I also work on privacy-preserving data publishing using machine learning and study ethical questions arising from big-data-driven inference and discrimination. see in depth Press: please email before calling.