Our Data Ourselves: Digital Privacy

Save the Date!
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
6:30-8:30pm
Barnard Library Instruction Lab, LeFrak 113

Do you feel overwhelmed about how to keep yourself and your personal information secure? Whether you're worried about keeping stuff private from your professor, your ex, a thief online, or the government, come to this workshop to learn more about how the Internet works and what tools and practices will limit surveillance. We'll talk about how to understand what data we're producing, who (potentially) has access to it, and how to stay safe and emotionally secure. Bring your laptop or device if you can!

RSVP Required

Digital Privacy workshop led by Bex Hurwitz and Melissa Morrone.

Bex Hurwitz is a codesigner and maker of media and technology for social justice.

Melissa Morrone is a public librarian in Brooklyn. She does work around digital privacy literacy and is the editor of Informed Agitation: Library and Information Skills in Social Justice Movements and Beyond and Human Operators: A Critical Oral History of Technology in Libraries (forthcoming).


CC licensed graphic by Surlan Soosay

Oct. 10, 2017 - 6:30 PM