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Monthly Archives: November 2010
I made a copy of the Prezi that you constructed as a class today exploring the security / privacy debate. I’m the only one who can edit this copy of the Prezi, so it will serve as a “snapshot” of … Continue reading → Continue reading
With your final papers due on December 14th, I thought I’d go ahead and schedule a few extra office hours. Also, I’ll be away next Monday at a conference, so I’m canceling my usual office hour that day. Here’s my … Continue reading → Continue reading
Here’s Problem Set 7: Word and PDF. It’s due at the beginning of class on Thursday, December 2nd.
Clarification: The numbers s and t you find in Question 2 need to be integers.
Here’s your assignment and rubric for your third and final essay. The first draft of the essay is due in class on Tuesday, December 7th, and the final draft is due by noon on Tuesday, December 14th. I’ll take questions … Continue reading → Continue reading
Please read Chapter 7 in the Simon Singh book and respond to the following questions before class on Tuesday, November 30th. Thanks! What do you see as the two most compelling reasons why strong encryption should be available to the … Continue reading → Continue reading