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Time
Friday, April 27, 8:30-9:00; 8th floor, Hunter West Breakfast
Introduction: Dan Cherubin, Associate Dean and Chief Librarian, Hunter College Libraries
Chair Speakers Commentators
9:00-10:20 Kay Mathiesen,  University of Arizona, Tucson Sarah Shik Lamdan, CUNY Law
Protecting the FOIA Requestor: Privacy for Information Seekers
Adam Moore, iSchool and Philosophy, University of Washington

Privacy and Government Surveillance: WikiLeaks and the New Accountability

Bill Herman, Film and Media Studies, Hunter College
10:30-11:50 Clay Williams,
Hunter College Library
John Buschman, Georgetown University Library

Privacy vs. Anonymity: When is Anonymity an Unethical Power Move in the Educative Information Professions?

Michael Zimmer, School of Information Studies and the Center for Policy Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Library Privacy in the ‘2.0’ Era: Avoiding a Faustian Bargain

Marc Meola, Library, The College of New Jersey
11:50-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:00 Helen Nissenbaum, Media, Culture, and Communication & Computer Science, NYU: Keynote Address
Title of talk: “The Value of Privacy in Context”
Introduction:
Lucinda Zoe, Associate Provost and Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, Hunter College
2:10-3:30 Catherine Womack, Bridgewater State University James Stacey Taylor, Philosophy, The College of New Jersey

Queen Christiana’s Hermaphroditism: Why the Dead Have No Right to Privacy

Christopher Sula, Information and Library Science, Pratt Institute

Adapting to Digital Environments: Evolutionary Ethics and the Challenge of Privacy

Don Fallis, School of Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona, Tucson
3:40-5:00 Tony Doyle, Hunter College Library Michael Falgoust, Philosophy, Tulane University, and Brian Roux, Computer Science, University of New Orleans & Law, Tulane University Law School

Extended Cognition and the Privacy of Smart Devices

Alan Rubel, School of Library and Information Studies and the Program in Legal Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Privacy, Technology, and Varieties of Freedom

Catherine Womack, Philosophy Bridgewater State University
Saturday, April 289-9:30; 8th floor, Hunter West Breakfast
Chair Speakers Commentators
9:30-10:50 James Mahon, Washington and Lee University Laura Lenhart, School of Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona, Tucson

Privacy and Property: Protecting Traditional Cultural Expression and Indigenous Knowledge in a Digital Age

Kay Mathiesen, School of Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona, Tucson

Minors’ Right to Online Privacy vs. Parents’ Obligation to Protect

Tony Doyle, Hunter College Library
11:00-12:20 Don Fallis,  University of Arizona, Tucson Martijn Blaauw, Francien Dechesne, and Jeroen van den Hoven, Delft University of Technology

The Value of Privacy and the Value of Ignorance

Meg Leta Ambrose, ATLAS Institute and Computer Science, University of Colorado, Boulder

Oblivion: Privacy and Information Life Cycles

James Mahon, Philosophy, Washington and Lee University
12:20 Closing Remarks
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