The Right to Be Forgotten: Impacts on Libraries and their Objectives

April 20, 2018

By Stephen Wyber, Senior Policy Officer, IFLA

This blog was originally created as part of a briefing pack for the #DataPrivacyNY study trip, examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries.Further blogs on data privacy can...

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The Crucial Role Libraries Can Play In The Transformation Of Closed Societies To Democracy

February 2, 2018

By Vesna Crnogorac PhD, Senior Librarian and Information Specialist, Faculty of Art, University of Niš, Serbia

This blog was originally created as part of a briefing pack for the #DataPrivacyNY study trip, examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries. As part of the briefing we were keen t...

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Trust, Privacy and our Ethical Principles

January 5, 2018

By Dawn Finch, author, librarian, and CILIP Trustee

This blog was originally created as part of a briefing pack for the #DataPrivacyNY study trip, examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries. Further blogs on the topic can be  f...

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Library Privacy

October 30, 2017

by S Barron, C Regnault, and K Sanders, as part of the Radical Librarians Collective

This blog was originally created as part of a briefing pack for the #DataPrivacyNY study trip, examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries. Further blogs on the topic can be f...

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The Privacy Paradox: Building digital understanding through libraries

September 29, 2017

Ciara Eastell, OBE, Chief Executive, Libraries Unlimited, former President of Society of Chief Librarians

  This is part of a blog series examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries. More information about the wider project can be found here .  What struck me durin...

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Libraries need Leaders!

September 18, 2017

By Trisha Ward, Assistant Director, Libraries NI

This is part of a blog series examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries. More information about the wider project can be found  here .  An invitation that starts ...

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Can we use data to benefit society while protecting the individual?

September 1, 2017

by Ryan Meade, Public Affairs and Communications Consultant

This is part of a blog series examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries. More information about the wider project can be found  here .  While the US and the EU have...

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Human Rights underpin the values and ethics of information and library professionals, and these should drive our services supporting the citizen’s understanding of online data privacy

August 11, 2017

by Martyn Wade, Chair, Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression, International Federation of Library Associations and Trustee, CILIP The Library and Information Association

This is part of a blog series examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries. More information about the wider project can be found  here .  As our lives become more and...

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“My brain hurts!” – How can libraries create a space to think about and debate issues around data privacy?

August 4, 2017

by Brian Ashley. Director, Libraries, Arts Council England

This is part of a blog series examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries. More information about the wider project can be found  here .  “My brain hurts.” This w...

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Online data privacy and the role of library staff

July 14, 2017

by Aude Charillon, Library and Information Officer, Newcastle Libraries and Carnegie Partner

This is part of a blog series examining the theme of online data privacy and public libraries. More information about the wider project can be found here .  In the previous blog in this ...

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