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* '''Ideas to explore:''' * '''Ideas to explore:'''
-** Commodification of information+ 
-** Googlization of everything (yes that's the name of a [http://www.googlizationofeverything.com/ blog & book-in-progress by Siva Vaidhyanathan]+** These are common memes that librarians deal with and we'd be happy to discuss if people are interested. We will not necessarily hit on every issue listed here.
-** [http://creativecommons.org Creative commons], [http://questioncopyright.org copyright] and "intellectual property" on the internet+*** Commodification of information
-** Privacy on the internet (Here's a hint: make sure you use [http://www.scroogle.org/cgi-bin/scraper.htm scroogle INSTEAD of google] for anonymous Web search, and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tor_(anonymity_network) Tor] for anonymous surfing!)+*** Googlization of everything (yes that's the name of a [http://www.googlizationofeverything.com/ blog & book-in-progress by Siva Vaidhyanathan]
 +*** [http://creativecommons.org Creative commons], [http://questioncopyright.org copyright] and "intellectual property" on the internet
 +*** Privacy on the internet (Here's a hint: make sure you use [http://www.scroogle.org/cgi-bin/scraper.htm scroogle INSTEAD of google] for anonymous Web search, and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tor_(anonymity_network) Tor] for anonymous surfing!)

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LaborTech '08 conference


Working title: Information tools for the labor movement: libraries, privacy, & free resources

  • libraries and privacy ( Eli 20min)
    • Libraries, Social Networking and Privacy
      • What is Privacy? “THE RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE” - Louis Brandeis
    • From the Outside in: Who Can Gain Access to Your Records
    • From the Inside Out: Who Can See What You Post Online
    • Threshold Issues:
    • What You Can Do
      • Keep in Mind How Sticky and Easy to Find Your Info May Be
      • Use Privacy Controls When Practical
        • Always Easier to Make Private Info Public than to Make Public Info Private
      • When Possible, Pick Social Networking Apps That Support Your Privacy
      • Ask For More/Better Privacy Filters and Features on the Platforms You Do Use




  • Ideas to explore:
    • These are common memes that librarians deal with and we'd be happy to discuss if people are interested. We will not necessarily hit on every issue listed here.