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Jan

26

Friday

HCID Research Seminar - What is the impact of digital technologies on librarians' ability to protect the privacy of their users?

1.00pm

Public

Speakers: Paul Pedley, City, University of London

Series: HCID Research Seminars

Seminar Abstract:
The session will consider :
  • privacy issues in libraries;
  • what led me to choose library privacy as a research topic;
  • the different types of privacy (Koops et al identify nine types);
  • the privacy theories of Neil Richards, Helen Nissenbaum, Sandra Petronio, and Luciano Floridi
  • findings from a discourse analysis
  • the future research plan

About the speaker:

Paul has been a visiting lecturer at City for the last eight years, responsible for a module on information law and policy and the author of a number of books including "Essential law for information professionals" and "Practical copyright for library and information professionals". He regularly runs copyright training courses for CILIP. He started his PhD in February 2017. Paul has worked in government libraries; in the library of a property development company; a law firm; and a media company.
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When & where

1.00pm - 2.00pmFriday 26th January 2018

AG03 College Building City, University of London St John Street London EC1V 4PB United Kingdom

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