Selected media mentions (quoted/interviewed/cited):
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Hill, K. (2012, Sept. 6). Sorry smartphone owners, but you’re more likely to have your privacy invaded. Forbes.
Sengupta, S. (2012, Sept. 5). Consumers say no to mobile apps that grab too much data. The New York Times.
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Sullivan, B. (2012, Sept. 5). Poll: Cellphone users dump apps to save privacy, lose their phones anyway. NBC News.com.
Kang, C. (2012, Sept. 5). Mobile users avoid, uninstall apps over privacy concerns: Pew report. The Washington Post.
Omer, S. & Coldewey, D. (2012, Aug. 20). As K-12 classrooms go more high-tech, colleges go more virtual. NBC News.com.
Beaujon, A. (2012, Aug. 10). Study: Journalists’ lousy understanding of fair use leads to self-censorship. Poynter.org.
Gahran, A. (2012, Aug. 3). Smartphone users report more phone problems. CNN.com.
Wood, S. (2012, Aug. 3). Study: Most cellphones get illegal telemarketing calls. The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Rothman, W. (2012, Aug. 2). Cellphones stress you out in four ways, says study. NBC News.com.
Freeman, K. (2012, Aug. 2). Dropped calls are cellphone owners biggest complaint. Mashable.com.
Finberg, H. (2012, July 30). Coming explosion in e-learning an opportunity to rethink journalism education. Poynter.org.
Mole, B. (2012, July 27). Experts predict more remote learning, despite concern about its effects. The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Murphy, S. (2012, July 18). More Americans on their phones while watching TV. CNN.com.
Kang, C. (2012, July 17). Half of all cell owners use phones while watching TV. The Washington Post.
Eggerton, J. (2012, July 17). Pew: Most TV-Watchers Use Phones for Interactivity. Broadcasting & Cable.