Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Privacy: The Role of Contextual Integrity in Supporting Diverse Inquiries and Contextual Practice (SIG-IEP)
Thursday, May 6, 2021 (2:00 PM - 3:30 PM) (EDT)
"Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Privacy: The Role of Contextual Integrity in Supporting Diverse Inquiries and Contextual Practice" brings together a panel of experts from Business (Kirsten Martin, University of Notre Dame), Computer Science (Yan Shvartzshnaider, York University), Information Science (Helen Nissenbaum, Cornell University), and Law (Elana Zeide, University of Nebraska) to present their recent privacy research, discuss the advantages of the Contextual Integrity framework in supporting interdisciplinary research and socially responsive privacy practices, and answer your questions about privacy! This panel will be moderated by SIG-IEP co-chairs Madelyn Sanfilippo (Assistant Professor, University of Illinois) and Awa Zhu (Associate Professor, University of Tennessee).
Learning objectives: Understand interdisciplinary approaches to privacy research Explore the contextual integrity framework as a flexible approach to support interdisciplinary research and contextual practice Consider privacy implications in diverse areas of information science scholarship and practice.