1. Interview on Swedish SVT TV, November 2014


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    Discussing all things whistleblower, surveillance and privacy on the Swedish public broadcasting station SVT in November 2014

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    • CNI: Analytics and Privacy: A Proposed Framework for Negotiating Service and Value Boundaries


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      Lisa Hinchliffe Professor/Coordinator for Information Literacy Services and Instruction University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Andrew Asher Assessment Librarian/Adjunct Faculty in Anthropology Indiana University Throughout their everyday interactions with university systems, individuals create, intentionally or unintentionally, numerous streams of digital data. Universities and libraries are increasingly moving to aggregate and utilize these data streams as they seek to provide the best services and resources possible for their users. These analytics offer the promise of improving educational and service quality by revealing patterns, trends, and behaviors that are not readily apparent through observation or self-perception. However, new analytics also challenge long-held principles with regard to privacy, confidentiality, informed consent, and other values. This issue-oriented briefing examines the role of libraries as producers and consumers of educational analytics, and proposes a framework of principles and best practices for the stewardship of these data throughout their lifecycle. After a short presentation of the proposed framework, the remainder of the session will be given to structured discussion to elicit feedback and critique and to discuss how institutions might fruitfully engage with local policy and practice development. Session participants will have the opportunity to contribute to an ongoing dialogue about user privacy, service quality, and ethical data collection, stewardship, and decision-making while considering the complexity of values expressed in the American Library Association Code of Ethics and other professional ethical frameworks. Through these discussions, this session aims to provide participants with tools to initiate discussions in their own organizations in order to develop policies and procedures related to data gathering and analysis that is informed by professional values as well as institutional priorities and requirements. http://www.cni.org/topics/assessment/analytics-and-privacy-a-proposed-framework-for-negotiating-service-and-value-boundaries/ Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Fall 2014 Membership Meeting December 8-9, 2014 Washington, DC http://www.cni.org/mm/fall-2014/

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      • Super Vision


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        An invasion of privacy undermines the life of a masked man.

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        • How to use Dodoname.


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          • About Family Newsletter


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            Family Newsletter is a web and mobile social media platform connecting families through weekly family newsletters. Anyone can set up a family for free and invite family members to join. Each family member posts stories and pictures and once a week or every 2 weeks a formatted newsletter is emailed to the entire family. What makes Family Newsletter unique is that it is an invitation only family network, which keeps family information “in the family”. Users can: • Post all types of stories such as news, photos, family history, recipes & more. • Schedule family events such as birthdays, anniversaries and parties. • Join multiple families but have to post only once to syndicate their story and photos to all their families. • Share their stories and photos on Facebook so they only need to post once. • Join the family chat right in the app similar to WhatsApp.

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            • MIT 2014 - Privat auf mehreren Ebenen: Eine differenzierte Betrachtung - Pepe Strathoff / Christoph Lutz (Uni St. Gallen)


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              Vortrag "Privat auf mehreren Ebenen: Eine differenzierte Betrachtung von Online Privacy mit Ferdinand Tönnies im Gepäck" von Pepe Strathoff und Christoph Lutz (Universität St. Gallen) Viele Personen machen sich Sorgen um ihre Privatsphäre im Internet, während wissenschaftliche Studien aber zeigen, dass viele User sehr offen mit ihren Daten umgehen und private Informationen freigiebig veröffentlichen. Eine Aufklärung dieses sogenannten Privacy Paradox erfordert den Einbezug mehrerer Ebenen mit Einfluss auf individuelle Privacy Entscheidungen. Es wird gezeigt, auf welchen Ebenen Privacy Phänomene mit dem St. Galler Privacy Framework betrachtet werden können, welchen Einfluss diese Ebenen auf Privacy Entscheidungen haben und welche Interaktionen zwischen den Ebenen bestehen. Dabei legen wir einen besonderen Fokus auf eine Betrachtung mit dem Konzept von Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft nach Ferdinand Tönnies. Mensch-Interaktion-Technik http://mit.hs-augsburg.de Hochschule Augsburg 17. November 2014

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              • CNI: Swords, Dragons, and Spells: Libraries and User Privacy


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                Peter Brantley Director Digital Library Applications New York Public Library Marshall Breeding Independent Consultant Library Technology Guides Eric Hellman Chief Executive Officer Gluejar Gary Price Library Consultant infoDOCKET.com As libraries become more reliant on networked-based services, they are increasingly swept between a Scylla and Charybdis of user data, with mandated user protections on one side and the desire to build personalized services on the other. The proliferation of search engine optimization (SEO), Web analytics, and user tracking results in much greater leakage of user data across the Web, particularly into ad-sharing and social networks, while at the same time libraries seek to utilize these identical tools to construct their own content recommending and service integrations that make use of online libraries as seamless as other well-designed Internet sites, while generating new data that are increasingly susceptible to hacking. The panel will discuss these conflicting privacy challenges and survey the real-world data environments that libraries are working in. The session will also cover the ramifications of new services more resembling commercial Web tools than the mainframe online public access catalogs (OPAC) of yore, and the need to shift the debate on privacy guidelines to a more realistic baseline. Examples of unexpectedly widespread user tracking and data dissemination on the open Internet from existing library services, some managed by third parties, will be shared, as will a survey of the security practices of the major integrated library system (ILS) vendors, with particular attention on back end data encryption practices. http://www.cni.org/topics/information-access-retrieval/swords-dragons-and-spells-libraries-and-user-privacy/ Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Fall 2014 Membership Meeting December 8-9, 2014 Washington, DC http://www.cni.org/mm/fall-2014/

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                • Wishing you a very very Cybersecure 2015!


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                  A litlle gimmick with a story

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                  • CNI: An Evolving Environment: Privacy, Security, Migration and Stewardship


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                    Closing Plenary Session: 2014 in Review and 2015 in Prospect This plenary presentation (which usually opens the conference, but this time instead closes it, allowing me to build on the opening plenary conversation) will look at key developments that the Coalition has been tracking over the past year, highlight some specific emerging developments that we believe to be of particular importance, and summarize CNI’s 2014-2015 Program Plan (http://www.cni.org/program/2014-2015/). Clifford Lynch Executive Director Coalition for Networked Information http://www.cni.org/events/membership-meetings/past-meetings/fall-2014/plenary-sessions/#closing Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Fall 2014 Membership Meeting December 8-9, 2014 Washington, DC http://www.cni.org/mm/fall-2014/

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                    • Jen Lowe :: Deep Lab Lecture Series


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                      Deep Lab is a collective of cyberfeminist researchers, organized by STUDIO Fellow Addie Wagenknecht to examine how privacy, security, surveillance, and anonymity are problematized in the arts and society. The Deep Lab participants, all women, are an international group of new-media artists, visualization designers, data scientists, software engineers, hackers, journalists and theoreticians, who are engaged in the critical assessment of contemporary digital culture. In the second week of December, these experts will work at the STUDIO on an accelerated pressure project, and deliver four evenings of public presentations: the Deep Lab Lecture Series. Dates: Monday through Thursday (inclusive), December 8-11, 2014 Time: 5:00-6:30pm. There will be three presentations each evening. Location: The STUDIO (Room CFA-111 in the CMU College of Fine Arts) Google Map: http://bit.ly/cmucfa (GPS: 40.441544,-79.942907) Hashtag: #deeplab. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Presentation Schedule: Monday 12/8: Addie Wagenknecht, Allison Burtch, Runa Sandvik Tuesday 12/9: Harlo Holmes, Ingrid Burrington Wednesday 12/10: Maral Pourkazemi, Denise Caruso, Lindsay Howard Thursday 12/11: Maddy Varner, Jen Lowe, Lorrie Cranor

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