Josephine Wolff

Josephine Wolff is a Ph.D. candidate in the Engineering Systems Division at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology studying cybersecurity and Internet policy.

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April 11 2014 12:32 PMThe Good News About HeartbleedIts discovery suggests the Web is getting more, not less, secure.
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Feb. 4 2014 1:15 PMGive Me All Your BitcoinsCredit card companies are one of our best defenses against financial crimes. But cryptocurrencies change everything.
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Dec. 13 2013 3:27 PMThis Rumored Recommendation for NSA Reform Is a Horrible Idea
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Nov. 20 2013 10:45 AMNewly Released Documents Show How Government Inflated the Definition of Metadata
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Oct. 24 2013 9:26 AMIf You Have a High-Profile Job, Do Not Create a Jerky, Anonymous Twitter Account
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March 11 2014 4:42 PMPapers, PleaseHow to make every country check passports to make sure they aren’t stolen.
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Dec. 18 2013 2:56 PMC+ in Online AnonymityHow Harvard tracked down the student who allegedly made bomb threats to get out of an exam.
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Dec. 3 2013 5:08 PMGreat, Now Malware Can Jump the “Air Gap” Between Computers
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Nov. 7 2013 1:58 PMNorth Korea Reportedly Making Progress on Newt Gingrich's Nightmare Weapon
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Oct. 8 2013 12:24 PMGuilty as ChargedThe best way to stop shady mug shot website operators: talk to credit card companies.