Andrew Yang is a junior at the UC Berkeley majoring in Applied Math and History. He is currently working with Naniette Coleman on a project examining the role that privacy plays in the lives of Americans. This is his second semester working with Naniette. His role in the project is looking at relevant public opinion data regarding privacy going back to the inception of statistical polling. Andrew's relevant coursework involves Introduction to Probability and Statistics, Probability Theory, and Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs.