PRGLab is a collaborative technical and theoretical laboratory based in the Information Law Institute (ILI) at New York University’s School of Law, and the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development — we thank them for their support!
Curious about the digital nuts and bolts of your favorite website? Robyn Caplan and Matthew Hockenberry's Digital App Autopsy gives you the inside scoop.
TrackMeNot is a lightweight browser extension that helps protect web searchers from surveillance and data-profiling by search engines.
"This book provides a refreshing, contemporary look at information privacy in the twenty-first century. Nissenbaum persuasively argues that privacy must be understood in its social context, and she provides an insightful and illuminating account of how to do so. For anyone considering the burgeoning problems of information privacy, Privacy in Context is essential reading." —Daniel J. Solove, George Washington University Law School and author of Understanding Privacy
Welcome! PRGLab is a collaborative technical and theoretical laboratory that builds privacy-enhancing web applications and systems - contact us for more information!