This blog spotlights issues and topics explored in my LIS 2194: Information Ethics graduate course—Technology Ethics, Privacy, Surveillance, Data Harvesting, IoT, Intellectual Property, AI Algorithms, Independent Press, Free Speech, Censorship, Cyberhacking, Weaponized Information, National Security, Cyberbullying—as well as Ethics topics of a more general nature, such as Integrity, Equality, Truth, Justice, Accountability, Civil Discourse, Transparency, Conflicts of Interest, and Inclusion.
Thursday, June 29, 2017
PRIVACY IN A DIGITAL AGE
June 29th 5:30–7:00pm Carnegie Mellon University Cohon University Center McKenna-Peter Rooms (second floor) 5032 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213Free Parking is available in the East Campus Garage off Forbes Avenue
Discussion led by Foundation Scholar Rabbi Danny Schiff
Featuring James “Kip” Currier, PhD, JD Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh, School of Computing & Information
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Jan Levinson Men’s Philanthropy Chair
Chuck Snyder Men’s Philanthropy Co-Chair
David Steinbach Shofar Society Chair
Todd Rosenfeld, CFP® Shofar Society Co-Chair
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