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DHS Awards Data Privacy Development Research Contract to Yale


The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology unit has chosen Yale University to develop technology for use in data privacy research studies under a $1.7 million contract. DHS said Monday the “PriFi Networking for Tracking-Resistant Mobile Computing” contract is part of its data privacy program that aims to develop new privacy-enhancing …

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Gen. Stanley McChrystal Takes up Teaching at Yale

Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the former International Security Assistance Force commander in Afghanistan, will teach a class on leadership at Yale University this fall. McCrystal recently resigned after Rolling Stones magazine published  an interview in which he criticized White House policies. Ruling out working with a government contractor for now, …

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John D. Negroponte

John D. Negroponte is the former U.S. deputy secretary of state and director of national intelligence, and currently serves as research fellow and lecturer in international affairs at his alma mater, Yale University. Negroponte began his career in 1960 when he joined the Foreign Service and was posted in Asia, …

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