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HANS HANLEY, Princeton Senior Studying Electrical Engineering




Major: Electrical Engineering

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2018

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I am a senior at Princeton University, majoring in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in Information Security and pursuing a minor in the Applications of Computing and Robotics and Intelligent Systems. After graduating, I will pursue an MSc in Computer Science at the University of Oxford at Worcester College with the Daniel M. Sachs Fellowship.



Past Classes

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Privacy in the Digital Age in Splash Spring 2018
made or the last Amazon product you bought? Privacy is a significant concern in the technological age. With many different online trackers like DoubleClick, Disqus, keeping records of the websites that we visit and our browsing habits, it can seem impossible to protect one’s privacy. This course is intended to introduce students to improve their own personal privacy protections and give students an understanding of how companies track users online. We will mostly concern with decreasing our digital footprint online. Topics will include online cookies, encryption, and various methods of circumventing tracking methods used by various companies including Tor and CyberGhost.


Security and Privacy in the Digital Age in Splash Spring 2017
Have you ever wondered how Facebook is able to tailor an advertisement based on the last Google search that you made or the last Amazon product you bought? Privacy is a significant concern in the technological age. With many different online trackers like DoubleClick, Disqus, keeping records of the websites that we visit and our browsing habits, it can seem impossible to protect one’s privacy. This course is intended to introduce students to improve their own personal privacy protections and give students an understanding of how companies track users online. We will mostly concern with decreasing our digital footprint online. Topics will include online cookies, encryption, and various methods of circumventing tracking methods used by various companies including Tor and CyberGhost.