HotPETs Best Talk Winners

At the end of HotPETs, a vote for best talk is held. Anyone present can vote.


Improving Usability of Internet Censorship Data through a Censorship Dashboard
Ramakrishnan Sundara Raman (University of Michigan)


Leveraging Strategic Connection Migration-Powered Traffic Splitting for Privacy
Mona Wang (Princeton) [joint work with Anunay Kulshrestha, Liang Wang, and Prateek Mittal (Princeton University)]


Probably private protocols
Ryan Henry (University of Calgary)


Subtle Censorship via Adversarial Fakeness in Kyrgyzstan
Christopher Schwartz (KU Leuven) and Rebekah Overdorf (EPFL)


POTs: the revolution will not be optimized?
Seda Gürses and Rebekah Overdorf (KU Leuven) [joint work with Ero Balsa (KU Leuven)]


Using BGP to Acquire Bogus TLS Certificates
Henry Birge-Lee (Princeton University) [joint work with Yixin Sun, Annie Edmundson, Jennifer Rexford, Prateek Mittal (Princeton University)]


A Story of Discrimination and Unfairness
Aylin Caliskan (Princeton University) [joint work with Joanna Bryson and Arvind Narayanan (Princeton Univeristy)]


Tor's Usability for Censorship Circumvention
Linda Lee (UC Berkeley) [joint work with David Fifield (UC Berkeley), Serge Egelman (ICSI and UC Berkeley), and David Wagner (UC Berkeley)]


Building Effective Internet Freedom Tools: Needfinding with the Tibetan Exile Community
Michael Brennan (SecondMuse) [joint work with Katey Metzroth and Roxann Stafford (SecondMuse)]


AnoA: A Framework For Analyzing Anonymous Communication Protocols
Sebastian Meiser (Saarland University) [joint work with Michael Backes (MPI-SWS and Saarland University), Aniket Kate (MMCI, Saarland University), Praveen Manoharan (Saarland University), and Esfandiar Mohammadi (Saarland University)]


Perspectives on Academic Impact from Inside the Federal Trade Commission
Michael Brennan (Drexel University)