Timothy Libert

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Timothy Libert is a faculty member in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University where he teaches in the Privacy Engineering program. His research focuses on large-scale quantitative measurement of the societal impacts of privacy-compromising information flows on the web. He has published in The Web Conference (WWW), Web Science, New Media and Society, The Communications of the ACM, The BMJ (British Medical Journal), and other venues. His research has received international press coverage, he has been interviewed by National Public Radio's All Things Considered, Good Morning America, and other outlets, and he has written editorials in The New York Times and The Guardian. He received his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and has previously held research positions at the University of Oxford, Central European University, and the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society.

A Photograph of Me Wearing a Tweed Jacket

Photograph of Timothy Libert Wearing a Tweed Jacket

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