Interview with the project team from the Prioritizing Privacy IMLS grant (Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe and Kyle M. L. Jones), an educational program that trains academic librarians to address privacy and related ethical issues.
Interview with Mr. Glen Worthey, PI of the Artificial intelligence for cultural organizations (AEOLIAN) NEH Grant (collaborative project with the United Kingdom)
The IMLS grant project, ‘Privacy Advocacy Guides for Libraries’, is focused on the creation of a series of guides that focus on providing hands-on techniques for better protecting the privacy of the library as well as the privacy of library users.
Welcome back to our series on information fiduciaries and libraries! We introduced the concept of information fiduciaries in Part One. In this series entry, we will focus on libraries as possible information fiduciaries.
The Resolution on the Misuse of Behavioral Data Surveillance in Libraries, recently passed at ALA Midwinter, calls for libraries and vendors to reject behavioral data surveillance of patrons. While we are familiar with the concept of data surveillance, the last item in the resolution contains something that some in the library world are not as familiar with – information fiduciaries.