|Nicholas Merrill gives talk on privacy at PopTech conference||
On October 20th, 2012 The Calyx Institute's executive director Nicholas Merrill gave a talk on the main stage at the PopTech conference in Camden, Maine.
PopTech described the talk in this way: "Nicholas Merrill created the Calyx Institute to educate the public regarding the lack of privacy in telecommunications and to develop the infrastructure to implement secure mobile phone and Internet services in a way that has not been done before. “It is just part of human dignity that we want to keep parts of our lives private and have control over who we let in and who we don’t.”
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|Calyx Institute's Executive Director participates in "Security and Freedom" panel discussion at the Turing Festival||
The Calyx Institute's executive director, Nicholas Merrill participated in a panel discussion at the Turing Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland on August 25th, 2012 entitled "Security and Freedom".
Other participants on the panel included:
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|Calyx Institute participates in panel discussion entitled "Privacy as if Users Mattered" at PDF2012||
On June 12th, 2012, The Calyx Institute's Executive Director Nicholas Merrill participated in a panel discussion entitled "Privacy as if Users Mattered" at the Personal Democracy Forum 2012 conference, held at New York University's Skirball Center.
Other participants in the panel included:
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|Calyx at the Brooklyn Law School "Legal Hackathon"||
Please join us on Sunday, April 15th, 2012 at Brooklyn Law School's Legal Hackathon
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University recently published a paper suggesting that reading all of the privacy policies an average Internet user encounters in a year would take 76...
|Calyx Institute participates in panel discussion on Mobile Content Neutrality||
Calyx Institute Executive Director Nicholas Merrill participated in a panel entitled "Mobile Content Neutrality" at the Open Video Conference at New York Law School on September 11th, 2011.
Also participating in the panel were:
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