Privacy News & Views – April 15 -21

Recorded Webinar: Practical Privacy Practices Libraries, Privacy, and Surveillance Iowa City library may soon need to remove bathroom cameras | KCRG Libraries and Privacy Literacy Privacy Literacy Training for Librarians | Data Privacy Project Student Privacy 1.3 million K-12 students exposed by now-secured data breach| The Daily Dot Privacy and Data Analytics Learning Analytics and the Academic Library: Professional Ethics Commitments...

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Privacy News & Views – April 8-14

Video: Wiretaps, data dumps and zero days: is digital privacy no longer possible? | The Guardian Student Privacy Spying on Students: School-Issued Devices and Student Privacy | Electronic Frontier Foundation ICYMI: School Surveillance: The Consequences for Equity and Privacy  | National Association of State Boards of Education Privacy Law and Regulation The U.S. Congress Is Not the Leader in Privacy or Data Security Law | Teach Privacy 4 ways...

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Privacy News & Views – April 1- 7

Reminder:  Free ALA Webinar: Practical Privacy Practices on April 13th Broadband Privacy Rules Trump signs repeal of U.S. broadband privacy rules | Reuters Trump just killed Obama’s internet-privacy rules — here’s what that means for you |Business Insider The conservative case against trashing online privacy rules | Wired The Scrapping Of Internet Privacy: Something We Can All Hate Together | The Late Show With Stephen...

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How Libraries Can Respond to the Repeal of the FCC Privacy Rules

by Deborah Caldwell-Stone and Michael Robinson This week Congress, voting along party lines, passed a resolution that repealed the groundbreaking privacy rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission last October under the Obama administration.  The new rules would have required ISPs to adopt fair information privacy practices in regards to their customers’ data, including a requirement that the ISP obtain affirmative...

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Choose Privacy Week 2016 – Data Governance: Keeping Students Safe Online

by Annalisa Keuler Our job as educators is to facilitate student learning, and each year more of this learning is happening in an online environment. We ask students to log in to websites, download apps, and research online. These apps and websites may be used with the best of intentions, but many of them that require students to log in employ an information acquisition technique known as “data mining” and will sell this information to a...

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Choose Privacy Week 2016 – Educational records: More than just grades and detentions in an era of data-driven education

by Kyle Jones Records define us–partially.  They enclose data and information that reveal our past, present, and increasingly our future.  But they are never perfect representations of who we are as individuals, nor are they able to capture the richness of our relationships with others.  So, we are naturally wary of their contents, who has access to them, and the risks their disclosure creates.  Because of these reasons and others, we want...

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