Follow the Money- Receives Best Paper Award at Internet Measurement Conference 2013

 

Stony Brook, NY - November, 2013

Computer Science Assistant Professor Phillipa Gill received the Best Paper Award at the 2013 Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) in Barcelona, Spain. The paper, Follow the Money: Understanding Economics of Online Aggregation and Advertising, presents results from a study that examined the relationship between the amount of personal information collected online and the value of the information for advertising.

National Security Institute Set to Lead the Region in Cybersecurity Research and Development

 

Stony Brook, NY - November, 2013

Stony Brook University (SBU) officially established the National Security Institute (NSI) to research and develop technologies that will contribute to a secure homeland composed of resilient, trustworthy, and reliable communications and computing platforms.

IMC

Computer Science Assistant Professor Phillipa Gill received the Best Paper Award at the 2013 Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) in Barcelona, Spain. The paper, Follow the Money: Understanding Economics of Online Aggregation and Advertising, presents results from a study that examined the relationship between the amount of personal information collected online and the value of the information for advertising.

NSI

Stony Brook University (SBU) officially established the National Security Institute (NSI) to research and develop technologies that will contribute to a secure homeland composed of resilient, trustworthy, and reliable communications and computing platforms.

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