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Tracking Mobile Trackers #50

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seandiggity opened this Issue Sep 8, 2018 · 5 comments

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seandiggity commented Sep 8, 2018

Project Lead: @seandiggity from https://github.com/YalePrivacyLab

Mentor: @Josefinacm from Beyond Activismo

Welcome to OL6, Cohort D! This issue will be used to track your project and progress during the program. Please use this checklist over the next few weeks as you start Open Leadership Training 🎉.


Before Week 1 (Sept 12): Your first mentorship call

  • Complete the OLF self-assessment (online, printable). If you're a group, each teammate should complete this assessment individually. This is here to help you set your own personal goals during the program. No need to share your results, but be ready to share your thoughts with your mentor.
  • Make sure you know when and how you'll be meeting with your mentor.

Before Week 2 (Sept 19): First Cohort Call (Open by Design)

Before Week 3 (Sept 26): Mentorship call

  • Look up two other projects and comment on their issues with feedback on their vision statement.
  • Complete your Open Canvas (instructions, canvas). Comment on this issue with a link to your canvas.
  • Start your Roadmap. Comment on this issue with your draft Roadmap.

Before Week 4 (Oct 3): Cohort Call (Build for Understanding)

  • Look up two other projects and comment on their issues with feedback on their open canvas.
  • Pick an open license for the work you're doing during the program.
  • Use your canvas to start writing a README, or landing page, for your project. Link to your README in a comment on this issue.

This issue is here to help you keep track of work during the first month of the program. Please refer to the OL6 Syllabus for more detailed weekly notes and assignments past week 4.

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Yale Privacy Lab is researching mobile app privacy, detecting trackers that violate privacy, and developing educational resources that empower mobile users to make informed choices.

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Yale Privacy Lab is researching mobile app privacy, detecting trackers that violate privacy, and developing educational resources that empower mobile users to make informed choices.

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Project Mission and Summary:

Yale Privacy Lab is researching mobile app privacy, detecting trackers that violate privacy, and developing educational resources that empower mobile users to make informed choices. Through a series of workshops at Yale Law School and makerspaces MakeHaven and Yale CEID, we will grow our audience and base of contributors and supporters. Our training will feature solutions for avoiding mobile app trackers, allow users to detect and block ultrasonic tracking, and teach static and network analysis techniques.

Milestones:

  1. September 14 – first "Tracking Mobile Trackers" workshop, featuring static analysis via Exodus
  2. October (date TBD) – ultrasonic tracking workshop at MakeHaven, featuring PilferShush app
  3. October 27 – announcement of first iteration of "Tracking Mobile Trackers" educational resource at MozFest 2018
  4. November – collect audience feedback via the Web and in-person discussions at Yale
  5. November 14 – network analysis workshop at Yale CEID, featuring PiRogue devices and PiPrecious
  6. December/January – second iteration of "Tracking Mobile Trackers" education resource, based upon audience feedback

Tasks for each milestone:

  1. Publicize event via social media, the Web, and posters around Yale and New Haven. Develop and publish presentation materials under CC BY-SA 4.0
  2. Plan logistics of event with MakeHaven and publicize. Work with PilferShush developer Matt Adair on documentation and graphics. Develop and publish presentation materials under CC BY-SA 4.0
  3. Travel plans for Sean O'Brien to London. Coordinate with MozFest facilitators from the Privacy and Security group. Develop and publish materials under CC BY-SA 4.0
  4. Decide upon a privacy-respecting feedback mechanism. Hold open office hours and discussions at Yale and MakeHaven.
  5. Coordinate with Yale CEID on hardware purchases, workshop logistics, and publicity. Develop and publish presentation materials under CC BY-SA 4.0
  6. Collect and discuss audience feedback with Yale Privacy Lab team and decide upon actionable changes to educational resources. Develop and publish materials under CC BY-SA 4.0

Contact Sean O'Brien, Laurin Weissinger, or Jonathan Oronzo via the information on the Yale Privacy Lab website to get involved: https://privacylab.yale.edu/people

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seandiggity commented Oct 3, 2018

Our license for free culture works is Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

Where appropriate, we may license source code under the GNU General Public License version 3 or or any later version:
https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.en.html

Or, for Web resources, GNU Affero General Public License version 3 or any later version:
https://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.en.html

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seandiggity commented Oct 3, 2018

Our README.md is currently available here: https://github.com/YalePrivacyLab/tracker-profiles/blob/master/README.md

That repository will undergo some changes or be merged into a new tracking-mobile-trackers repo after some discussion among the Yale Privacy Lab team.

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