The past few months have been busy for us at the Center for Technology, Media & Society. We’ve been researching several potential projects, while holding meetings with potential partners and learning from colleagues about where there’s an existing need for our efforts. We’re also forming a more detailed plan for the growth of the organization, and building our board. We’ll post more here as we make decisions for the future.
Last month, CFTMS cofounder Dan Krimm wrote an op-ed for Time.com about the Do-Not-Track agreement between the White House and tech companies, and earlier this month he spoke on a panel on technology and policy at a Bay Area Policy Forum presented by the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy.
Coming up, CFTMS founder Sarah Granger will be speaking at the South by Southwest Interactive conference on a panel next week entitled “Hacking Cybersecurity: A New Approach.”