# Anonymity and Privacy — Papers

The midterm papers should be 5-10 pages; the final paper should be 10-15. Papers are expected to conform to the usual academic standards. Apart from the obvious — no cheating; your work should be entirely your own — I expect a proper bibliography. Make sure you indicate, via proper appropriate bibliographic pointers, what material you've taken from other works.

The midterm paper is due by the start of class on Tuesday, March 21. The final paper is due by 7:00 pm, on the day of the final exam schedule posted by the registrar. NO EXCEPTIONS.

On the day scheduled for the final, there will be in-class presentations of the final paper. Each student will have about 10 minutes. There will likely be an alternate presentation day for those interested in attending.

To avoid the hassle of switching laptops, please make sure your presentation is accessible from Internet. For this presentation, you probably do want to have slides.