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* Do you know how your vendor policies measure up to the privacy checklists?
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Latest revision as of 14:39, 12 August 2019

Week 12: Vendor agreements and library privacy policies

  • Real time lecture: August 9th 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern

Overview

While librarians have always considered privacy among our most sacred core values, it's no secret that library vendors don't exactly put our ideals into practice. Recent privacy issues with vendors like Kanopy, Lynda.com, and Gale Analytics have brought these contrasts into sharp relief, and these are hardly unique cases. This week, Erin Berman, chair of ALA's IFC Privacy Subcommittee will talk to us about vendor policies and privacy, and how to demand that our vendors respect our fundamental values in the products they sell us. We'll talk about some common privacy issues with vendors and how to create better vendor agreements using the ALA Library Privacy Checklists.

Readings

https://digitalcommons.du.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1330&context=collaborativelibrarianship

  • San Jose Public Library Vendor Security Analysis results

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jdPwQeC5RAUbBWLAhyIYxWHa0pTdVObc

  • EFF’s How to Assess Vendors’ Data Security

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/01/how-assess-vendors-data-security

Guest lecturer

Erin Berman, Chair of ALA's Intellectual Freedom Committee Privacy Subcommittee

Discussion

  • Open discussion

Tasks

  • Discussion forum and small group work