Papers: (deadline Monday the week before your presentation)
Select 2 (preferably scientific) publications relevant to your topic for the course participants to read. A general introduction to the topic or a seminal paper are good choices. Additional reading recommendations or resources are also welcome, if you find interesting takes on the topic (can also be news articles, blog posts, etc.). Add at least one recommendation that will be optional for the participants. Tip: use Google scholar, ACM or IEEE digital libraries or go directly to relevant conferences or journals to find papers. Especially relevant conferences for privacy are petsymposium , WPES, ACM CCS, IEEE S&P and Euro S&P, NDSS, usenix security, PST, CANS, IFIP security and IFIP privacy summerschool.
For each paper give the full reference in MLA style , i.e., authors, title, how and when published, as well as the link to the full paper. Tip: find the paper on Google scholar and click the double-quote symbol for the reference.
For videos, give a short description, link, and duration.