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Workshop: How to Mitigate Threats to Your Digital Privacy

the text "How To Do Research in Real-World Settings"

Privacy – the freedom to think, read, write and correspond without fear of observation – is fundamental to intellectual freedom. Yet the same digital technologies that make possible contemporary research, correspondence and publication have also brought us the potential for round-the-clock surveillance of our daily activities by corporations, governments and bad actors. What are some of the digital privacy risks we face while working and traveling? How might you mitigate these risks? This workshop serves as a practical, conversational introduction to the digital privacy landscape, and includes information on resources at Cornell for getting help with specialized concerns.

Instructor

Eliza Bettinger, Lead Librarian for Digital Scholarship, Cornell University Library

Registration required

Please contact Sarah Harrington at slh332@cornell.edu to register.
This workshop is open to all Cornell faculty, staff and graduate students.

Speaker

Eliza BettingerCornell University Library

Date

March 11, 2021 | 12:00 pm2:00 pm

Zoom Registration

Please contact Sarah Harrington at slh332@cornell.edu to register.