As reading expands from a world of print publications to
formats, can and should we retain traditional notions of reader
privacy? Just what is the privacy we have come to expect as readers of
books, and do these notions of privacy translate effectively in the
world of Google Book Search, the Kindle, the Sony Reader --- or to the
many pages of text we read online daily?
Keynote Speaker John
Palfrey, Vice Dean for Library and Information
Resources and Henry N. Ess III Professor of Law at Harvard Law School
and Co-Director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at
Harvard University, introduces a discussion about these issues of the
policy and law of reader privacy.
Two panels of speakers explore whether special protection for
of library books merit recognition in the electronic environment.
Speakers include Jane
Horvath, Global Privacy Counsel for Google Inc.;
McDiarmid, Policy Analyst at the Center for Democracy and
Levi, Professor of Law at the University of Miami;
Professor of Computer Science at North Carolina State
University and Director of ThePrivacyPlace.org; Paula
Deputy Director of the Centre for Information Policy Leadership at
Hunton & Williams LLP; and Anne
Klinefelter, Director of the Law
Library and Associate Professor of Law at the University of North
Carolina. Moderators are Bill
Marshall, William Rand Kenan, Jr.
Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina and
Hoffman, Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy
at Intel Corporation.
This event is held in honor of http://dataprivacyday2010.org/
and is sponsored by the University of North Carolina School of Law, the
UNC Center for Media Law and Policy, the UNC Kathrine R. Everett Law
Library, the UNC University Libraries, the UNC School of Information
and Library Science and The
Privacy Projects. The Privacy Projects
thanks the Official Sponsors of Data Privacy Day 2010
support: Intel, Microsoft, Google, AT&T, and LexisNexis.
Questions about the event should be directed to Anne
firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about Data Privacy should be directed
to Jolynn Dellinger at email@example.com.
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is
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The first 85 registrants who arrive will be seated in Room 4085 with the presenters. Overflow registrants will be seated next door in Room 4082 with video feed of the program.