We've been taught that online surveillance is the price we pay for Internet content & services
Join us on July 1 for a dynamic conversation designed to answer the question: What do educators need to know about state, school, corporate and citizen surveillance?
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We'll work collaboratively to capture key ideas of our discussion here:
Want to help us advance learning about surveillance for teachers in students in K-12 schools? Join our advisory group.
Hector Postigo is an Associate Professor at Temple University and author of The Digital Rights Movement: The Role of Technology in Subverting Digital Copyright (MIT Press, 2012)
Jay Stanley is the Senior Policy Analyst with the Speech, Privacy and Technology Project at the American Civil Liberties Union. He is editor of the Free Future blog.
Monica Bulger is a fellow at Data and Society in New York and she recently completed a Research Fellowship at the Oxford Internet Institute and is currently a consultant on child protection and digital media literacy for multi-national organisations including UNICEF and the BBC.
Thomas C. Murray serves as the state and district digital learning director for the Alliance for Excellent Education located in Washington, D.C.
Moderator: Renee Hobbs
Goverment: Why Should We Even Care if the Government is Collecting our Data? by Rebecca J. Rosen, The Atlantic
Corporate: The Internet's Original Sin by Ethan Zuckerman
School: Data and Civil Rights: Education Primer by Data and Society Research Institute
Citizen: What to Say When the Police Tell You to Stop Filming Them by Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic
Invasion of the Data Snatchers, Animation by ACLU Mutlimedia
Privacy and Surveillance with New Technologies by the International Debate Education Association
Denver Public Schools Letter to Teachers about Apps, Ed Tech Tools and Privacy with a Draft Parental Consent Letter