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And that happened in every town we went to. He had these relationships with people, and some of them were local politicians, some of them were TV personalities or disc jockeys, some of them were just John Q. Fan. Our renowned faculty, innovative curriculum, longstanding international perspective, and location in New York City have earned SIPA a place of prominence among global public policy schools. Merit’s appointment as Dean will preserve and enhance this momentum.” Janow teaches graduate courses in international economic and trade policy at SIPA, and teaches international trade law and comparative/international antitrust law at Columbia Law School. Previously, she was director of the master’s program in international affairs.
The team’s algorithm compares geotagged Twitter posts with posts on Instagram and Foursquare to link accounts held by the same person, even if they have been stripped of biographical information. It calculates the probability that one person posting at a given time could also be posting in a second app at another time and place. Using a similar method, the researchers also could identify shoppers by matching anonymous credit card purchases against logs of their mobile phones pinging the nearest cell tower..