Values in Design: Defining a Privacy-Aware Model for Web Access to Archives

I'm spending the next few days at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists in San Francisco, and I'm looking forward to learning more about many of the ethical and policy issues confronted by archivists in an…

CEPE 2009: Eighth International Conference of Computer Ethics Philosophical Enquiry

The call for papers for the 8th International Conference of Computer Ethics Philosophical Enquiry, to be held June 27-29, 2009 in Corfu, Greece, has been posted: CEPE2009 welcomes high quality paper and panel proposals in all areas of computer/IT ethics. …

Reminder: Computers, Freedom, & Privacy: Technology Policy ‘08

The program for next month’s Computers, Freedom & Privacy conference on “Technology Policy ‘08“ has been posted and features an excellent array of tutorials, plenaries and panels: Plenary Sessions Presidential Technology Policy: Priorities for the Next Executive The 21st Century…

Computers, Freedom, & Privacy: Technology Policy ’08

The call for papers for the 2008 Computers, Freedom & Privacy conference has been released. This year's theme is "Technology Policy '08". Details below: COMPUTERS, FREEDOM, AND PRIVACY: TECHNOLOGY POLICY '08 http://cfp2008.org/ 18th Annual CFP conference May 20-23, 2008 Omni…

Audiovisual Search: Regulatory Challenges for Audiovisual Abundance

Last fall I had the pleasure of participating in a “Forum on Quaero: A public think tank on the politics of the search engine” hosted by the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, Netherlands. My talk at that event outlined…

Ethics, Technology and Identity

Speaking of my colleague Noëmi Manders-Huits, she is organizing an amazing looking conference on Ethics, Technology and Identity in Delft this June: Information technology plays an increasingly important role in society and in human lives. Identity Management Technologies (e.g. biometrics,…

Graduate Student Workshop: Values in Computer and Information System Design

A few years ago I was privileged to attend the Graduate Student Workshop on Values in Computer and Information System Design, hosted by Geoffrey Bowker and Helen Nissenbaum, at the Center for Science, Technology, and Society at Santa Clara University.…

Debrief: Reputation Economies in Cyberspace

The Yale Information Society Project held the Reputation Economies in Cyberspace symposium this weekend at Yale Law School. The speakers' position papers are available here, and various participants' notes have been posted on the conference wiki. The conference has also…

Yale ISP: Symposium on Reputation Economies in Cyberspace

The Information Society Project at Yale Law School is proud to present Reputation Economies in Cyberspace. The symposium will be held on December 8, 2007 at Yale Law School in New Haven , CT. This event will bring together representatives…