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Choose Privacy Week Documentary
Features youth, parents, librarians, and citizens discussing privacy in a digital age, with commentary by author Neil Gaiman and constitutional law scholar Geoffrey Stone of the University of Chicago. The video is also available for purchase (at only $5!) as a DVD through the ALA Store. A brief trailer for the video is available online along with a Video Study Guide that includes discussion topics and background information, a viewer survey, and a handout with 8 questions that can be copied and distributed.
Vanishing Liberties: The Rise of State Surveillance in the Digital Age
Examines the government’s growing use and abuse of surveillance tools to track and spy on immigrant communities and the proposals to adopt these same tools to monitor and track the activities of all Americans.
Data Mining, Government Surveillance, and Civil Liberties
Features Michael German,senior policy counsel for national security and privacy for the ACLU Washington Legislative Office, discussing how government agencies and corporations are collecting, storing, and using data about individuals’ daily lives. Mr. German previously served as a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation specializing in domestic terrorism and covert operations.

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Choose Privacy Week 2012 Video: Vanishing Liberties

Michael German on Data Mining, Government Surveillance, and Civil Liberties

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Social Media Experiment

Ordering Pizza

If Your Shop Assistant was an App

Jeffrey Rosen: Is Privacy Dead?

The Communicators: C-SPAN (Featuring Marc Rotenberg)

Facebook Killed the Private Life (Featuring Clay Shirky)

Know What’s Posted About You Online (Google)

Privacy vs. Convenience in Personal Genetic Technology

2009 Internet Privacy: Are YOU in Control?