Protecting Privacy in a Pandemic: A Town Hall for Library and Information Workers

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Freedom to Read FoundationJoin this Intellectual Freedom Committee Privacy Subcommittee-sponsored town hall to learn about and discuss concerns around privacy that are arising as libraries move to digital platforms and remote services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each speaker will highlight particular concerns related to best practices, video platforms, data collection and vendor relations.

Topic: Privacy, Technology Practice

Audience: Library and Information Workers

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May 08, 2020
8:00 - 9:00am CDT
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