Press & Media


International Business Times, “Facebook ‘Real Name’ Policy Change Could Protect Vulnerable Users From Doxing And Other Online Hazards” by Mike Brown (December 15, 2015)

The Guardian, “Ted Cruz using firm that harvested data on millions of unwitting Facebook users” by Harry Davies (December 11, 2015)

International Business Times, “Obama’s ‘Precision Medicine’ Database: How Safe And Private Is The Patient Data?” by Amy Nordrum (February 2, 2015)


Motherboard, “Why Librarians Are Defending Your Right to Watch Porn at the Library” by Kaleigh Rogers (December 11, 2014)

Chicago Tribune, “Internet controversy costs Orland library $125,000 in legal bills” by Lauren Zumbach (September 2, 2014)

The Washington Post, “Mark Zuckerberg’s theory of privacy” by Michael Zimmer (February 4, 2014)


Numerous press mentions regarding launch of The Zuckerberg Files

National Public Radio (WBUR), Here & Now, “To Change Your Search Results, It Will Cost You” (August 13, 2013), ” That Twitter Account Might Not Be Who You Think” by Todd Leopold (April 9, 2013)


Chronicle of Higher Education, “As Libraries Go Digital, Sharing of Data Is at Odds With Tradition of Privacy” by Marc Parry (November 5, 2012)

The New York Times, “Big Data on Campus” by Marc Parry (July 18, 2012)


Chronicle of Higher Education, “Harvard Researchers Accused of Breaching Students’ Privacy” by Marc Parry (July 10, 2011)


CBC News, “How to Check Out of Facebook’s New Personal Locator” by Denoja Kankesan (August 24, 2010), “Facebook Places: Be Your Friends’ ‘Big Brother?‘” (August 23, 2010)

Huffington Post, “How to Win Friends and Manipulate People” by Michael Zimmer and Chris Hoofnagle (June 2, 2010)

National Public Radio’s Science Friday, “Online Privacy” (May 21, 2010)

National Public Radio, “Protecting Your Privacy on Social Networking Sites” (May 21, 2010), “Google Book Search? Try Google Library” by Tom Krazit (February 24, 2010)

National Public Radio’s Morning EditionGroups Complain To FTC About Facebook Changes” by Martin Kaste (January 4, 2010)


The New York Times, “Privacy Missing From Google Books Settlement” by Robert McMillan (August 28, 2009)

Technology Review, “Social Networks Keep Privacy in the Closet” by Erica Naone (June 11, 2009)


GQ, “Boy Genius of the Year: Do You Trust This Face?” by Alex French (December 2008)

Eagle Eye (Two-Disc Special Edition), “Is My Cellphone Spying on Me?” DVD Commentary (December 27, 2008)

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, “OneWebDay Highlights Power of Net” by Stanley A. Miller II (September 28, 2008)

Technology Review, “Maintaining Multiple Personas Online” by Erica Naone (February 11, 2008)


Montreal Gazette, “All Eyes on You” (March 3, 2007)


The Boston Globe, “Online Plagiarism Strikes Blog World” by Maura Welch (May 8, 2006)