Date(s) - 08/05/2020
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
A Deeper Dive: Privacy in a Digital Age
A three-part course co-sponsored by the Linda Hall Library and the UMKC School of Computing and Engineering
This series will focus on Internet privacy: Is there a natural right to privacy? What are we talking about when we talk about privacy? And how do new technologies lead to new challenges? We’ll examine data mining, facial recognition, the commodification of data, surveillance as a business model, and what the individual can do.
- August 5: Definitions of Privacy (And Why Digital is Different and Anonymity is Hard)
- August 12: Surveillance as a Business Model: It’s Not “What Do They Know;” It’s “What Don’t They Know.”
- August 19: Protecting Digital Privacy—What Can Be Done; Trends; and Future Directions
Brian K. Hare is Assistant Teaching Professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Computing and Engineering, where his research focus and expertise includes instructional methods, student engagement, programming, and ethical and societal issues in computing. Along with degrees in social work, Brian has a BS and an MS in computer science from UMKC.
All sessions will be held on Zoom. For more details and to register visit Linda Hall Library’s site: https://www.lindahall.org/event/a-deeper-dive-privacy-in-the-digital-age/