‘Librarians & Online Privacy’
Talk by Alison Macrina of ‘The Library Freedom Project’
When: Thursday August 6th 6 pm – 8 pm
Where: RIA Dawson Street
Are you interested in the role information professionals can play in raising awareness of digital privacy, online surveillance and security? Join A&SL for a talk on ‘Librarians & Online Privacy' by US librarian Alison Macrina (@flexlibris) of the Library Freedom Project.
A&SL are delighted to welcome Library Freedom Project director Alison Macrina to Dublin. The Library Freedom Project are a US partnership of Librarians, Technologists, Legal professionals and online privacy advocates. They provide training, resources and raise awareness of online privacy and security. Alison’s talk will address the role of the information professional in teaching about privacy rights and will outline some of the tools to protect online privacy.
It promises to be a very informative and thought provoking evening.
To book – email firstname.lastname@example.org and put ‘librarians & privacy’ in the subject line.