Anna Lauren Hoffmann:
- Gave an invited talk as part of the Critical Media + Digital Studies Workshop at Columbia University. Her talk was tilted “The Discursive Bases of Data Violence.”
- Presented “Data Violence, or: How the Push for Fair and Inclusive Tech Undermines the Pursuit of Data Justice” as part of the Tech + Justice seminar series at Haverford College in Pennsylvania. Other speakers at the event included Seny Kamara (Brown University) and Frank Pasquale (University of Maryland).
Adam Moore had the following papers accepted:
- “Free Speech, Privacy, and Autonomy,” in Social Philosophy and Policy.
- “Privacy, Transparency, and the Prisoner’s Dilemma,” in Ethics and Information Technology.
- “Privacy Rights in Modern America,” in Rights in Modern America (Indiana University Press).
Chance Hunt presented Data Driven Digital Equity in Seattle at the Public Library Association conference in Nashville, TN. Joined by colleagues from the City of Seattle and The Seattle Public Library, this session focused on residential access and adoption of digital technology and the public library's programmatic response to expressed community needs. Subsequently, the group has been invited to share their work in the in the journal Computers in Libraries.