"Should Librarians Care About Privacy Anymore?" Webinar Audio Tape Now Available

Release date: 
February 22, 2012

The audio tape of the SILS 80th Anniversary Event - "Should Librarians Care About Privacy Anymore?" held on February 3, 2012 is now available at: 

http://archivedvideo.mcnc.org/UNC-CH%20SILS,%20Data%20Privacy.aiff

The event featured Barbara M. Jones, director of the American Library Association Office for Intellectual Freedom, and a panel discussion moderated by SILS Dean Gary Marchionini, which included panelists:

  • Anne Klinefelter, associate professor of Law and director of the UNC at Chapel Hill Law Library
  • Christopher (Cal) Lee, SILS associate professor
  • Zeynep Tufekci, SILS associate professor

Because of technical difficulties, a section of the audio during the introductory remarks by Anne Klinefelter are difficult to hear. Anne has graciously provided her presentation that can be accessed as a PowerPoint document.  

Barbara shared two videos during her presentation. The videos included: 

Interview with students: http://vimeo.com/23152904 

Remarks by Geoff Stone and others: http://vimeo.com/11399383

Thanks to all who participated. A special thank you to our co-sponsors the UNC School of Information and Library Science in honor of the 80th Anniversary of the School’s founding, UNC School of Law, the Office for Intellectual Freedom of the American Library Association.  

Photo: From left to right, Gary Marchionini, Anne Klinefelter, Barbara M. Jones, Zeynep Tufekci and Christopher (Cal) Lee.