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Wednesday, October 2 • 10:30am - 3:30pm
Privacy is Precious: Patron Data Rights and Responsibilites

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We live in an era of data breaches and constant surveillance. A core library value is patron privacy. Can libraries reconcile our values with a shifting technological and legal landscape? Tess and Bryan from Library Freedom Project will offer practical advice and explore the ethical implications of future paths. Learn how to utilize valuable data while keeping it safe. Harness the value of free, open source software for encryption and password management. Learn the dangers of bulk data collection and how to mitigate risks via threat models. Consider the risks versus rewards of common internet browsing behavior. Learn best practices for public computer labs, mobile phones, and personal browsing. Consider library ethics and the law (or lack thereof), and our responsibilities to the communities we serve. This session will re-frame how tech people think about policy and how policy people think about tech.

Sponsored jointly by the Iowa Library Association Intellectual Freedom Committee and the Nebraska Library Association Round Table for Intellectual Freedom

Speakers
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Tess Wilson

Outreach Librarian, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Tess Wilson is an Outreach Librarian at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, where she connects folks with resources for community conversation and civic change. She is passionate about issues of intellectual freedom, data rights, and online privacy. 
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Bryan Jones

Systems Librarian, Nashville Public Library
Bryan is a Systems Librarian at Nashville Public Library and member of Library Freedom Project. He regularly delivers privacy training to librarians and library patrons throughout Tennessee. He is the winner of the Tennessee Library Association Intellectual Freedom Award.


Wednesday October 2, 2019 10:30am - 3:30pm
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