Patron Privacy in a Surveillance State
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Presentation at Electronic Resources & Libraries 2014, Austin, TX
How do we preserve our traditional library patron privacy ethic in an age of networked services? This presentation has two parts. a usage data inventory the Cornell University Library did recently and how the results of that study are informing Library policy moving forward and a synthesis of what the library literature says about our post-Snowden reality.
privacy; surveillance; libraries