Re: Inaugural PING Research Talk: Monday 10 September 2018, UTC 16 -- Private Browsing Mode Misconceptions (Yuxi Wu, Miranda Wei)

Reminder: the below is starting shortly.
On 9/6/18 10:33 AM, Tara Whalen wrote:
> Please mark your calendars for PING's first research talk! We're 
> delighted to kick off a series of web privacy talks, where we invite 
> researchers to discuss their work with the W3C community.
> Our presenters will be Yuxi Wu and Miranda Wei (University of Chicago), 
> who have been investigating how browsers contribute to misconceptions 
> about what private browsing mode *actually* provides. We may also be 
> joined by some of their collaborators: Blase Ur, Panya Gupta (University 
> of Chicago), Yasemin Acar, and Sascha Fahl (Leibniz University 
> Hannover). This team published their work at WWW 2018 
> ( and kindly 
> agreed to come talk to us about it -- we hope you can join us!
> Time: Monday 10 September 2018, UTC 16
> WebEx: 
> <>
> (Please note that W3C login credentials will be needed to 
> accessWebExcall details. If you are not able to access this information 
> please contact one of the PING co-chairs.)
> Please also join us on IRC on the #privacy channel:
> <>
> Username: <your name>
> Port: 6667 or 6665
> Channel: #privacy
> (PING folks: note that this is a special meeting -- we will still have 
> our usual monthly teleconference on Thursday 13 September 2018, UTC 16.)

Received on Monday, 10 September 2018 15:56:15 UTC