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Talks and such

Upcoming Seminar: Special Issues in Information Studies: Privacy and Information Technology (Christine L. Borgman, UCLA Information Studies 289, Fall 2017): October 18—“Privacy law, policies, and practices” with Amy Blum; November 29—“Governing Privacy in the University” with Christine Borgman
2017 Information Studies 203: Intellectual Freedom and Information Policy Issues (with Amy Blum, UCLA Department of Information Studies, May 25, 2017)

7 Things You Should Know About How Learning Data Impacts Privacy (with James Williamson and Jim Phillips, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, May 17, 2017)

A Privacy Tasting Menu (BruinTech brown bag series, UCLA, February 16, 2017)

Governing Data to Enable Innovation (with Marco Molinaro, Yukiko Watanabe, Kelly Wahl, Cinnamon Danube, Elizabeth Whitt, and Joey Mavity; UC Conference on Undergraduate Education: Creating Equitable Education for California’s Undergraduates, UC Davis, Friday, January 6, 2017)—participation cancelled due to illness
2016 Ethics, Privacy and Protecting the Learner’s Interests (with Melissa Loble, John Fritz, Kevin Lewis, and John Whitmer; IMS Global Quarterly Meeting and Analytics Summit, Arizona State University, November 8, 2016)

A day with CSU Channel Islands (October 20, 2016)

Privacy, Ethics, and Enabling the Student Data Analytics Revolution (with Sol Bermann and Mike Daniel, Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016, San Jose, CA, September 15, 2016)

Institutional Data: Asset and Risk (with Jim Davis and Jim Williamson, Senior Fellows 2016, UCLA, August 1, 2016)

Intellectual Freedom Workshop (with Maureen Whalen and Sharon Farb, UCLA GSEIS 111, May 19, 2016)

Savoir vivre while drowning in data (Closing keynote, TechKnowFile, University of Toronto, May 5, 2016)

UCLA Approach (Future of Privacy Forum Education Working Group, April 22, 2016)

Responsible Use of Student Data for Individual and Organizational Improvement (with Marco Molinaro, Mitchell Stevens, Martin Kurzweil; Inventing the Future of Higher Education, Online Learning Summit Series, Stanford University, April 18, 2016)—Martin’s summary of his talk

The Privacy Team is Your New Competitive Differentiator (with Michelle Fleury, Andrew Lee, Paul Plofchan, Andrew Serwin; Data Privacy Day 2016—Los Angeles, January 28, 2016) [report on the event]

Privacy in Higher Education: A CPO’s Perspective (by Valerie Vogel and Karen Wetzel, EDUCAUSE, January 27, 2016)

Data Ethics Privacy (moderator; with Lisa Ho, Elaine Sedenberg, Mitchel Stevens; 2016 UC Summit on Analytics for Institutional & Student Success, UC Berkeley, January 7, 2016)
2015 A Day in the Life of Your CPO (BruinTech Vendor Meet and Greet, UCLA, December 3, 2015)

Big Data & Privacy (ECAR Working Groups General Meeting, EDUCAUSE 2015 Annual Conference, Indianapolis, October 27, 2015)

Algorithmic Discrimination? Using Big Data to Grade, Reward, Hire, and Fire (moderator; with Manuel Alvarez, Lise Getoor, Sarah Goyette, and Maria Shanle; DataLex: Privacy, Big Data & the Law, UC Santa Cruz, October 13, 2015)

In the Trenches: Chief Info Security Officers & Chief Privacy Officers Perspectives (Keynote panel with Michele Robinson, Edward Block, Raj Patel; California Cyber Security Symposium 2015, Sacramento, September 29, 2015)

Feng shui for the kinetic Internet (Mobility and Modern Web Conference 2015, UCLA, September 17, 2015)

Beyond Security and Privacy: Trust and the Value of Data [slides] (2015 NSF Cybersecurity Summit for Large Facilities and Cyberinfrastructure, Arlington, August 18, 2015)

Privacy (Southern California Audit Directors Roundtable, CalTech, July 20, 2015)

Pelletier, Stephen G. Taming “Big Data”: Using Data Analytics for Student Success and Institutional Intelligence. Trusteeship Magazine, Vol 23, No 7. Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, 2015.

Barnett, William, Mike Corn, Curt Hillegas, and Kent Wada. Big Data in the Campus Landscape: Security and Privacy. ECAR working group paper. Louisville, CO: ECAR, July 2, 2015.

Borgman, C. L., Wada, K., & Davis, J. F. (May 2015). New Models of Privacy for the University. In M. Rotenberg, J. Scott, J. Horwitz (Eds.), Privacy in the Modern Age: The Search for Solutions. Washington, D.C.: Electronic Privacy Information Center and The New Press.

Big Data Ethics: Lessons from UCLA’s Approach to Big Data Governance [slides] (with Evan Selinger; Global Privacy Summit 2015, Washington, DC, March 5, 2015)

UCLA Data Protection Seminar [materials] (UCLA, February 10, 2015)

Privacy: Protection, Prognostication, and Practical Tips (session 04B with Steven McDonald and Joanne McNabb; 2015 NACUA General Counsel Institute, San Diego, January 23, 2015)
2014 Data Protection & Privacy—Privacy and Security Risks, Controls and Program Considerations in a Dynamic Landscape (with Chad Neale, Angela Saverice-Rohan, Vanessa Zimmer, Lou Rabon, and Vivek Narayanadas, A CPE Event for Finance, IT and Risk Management Professionals, Los Angeles, December 4, 2014)

The Increasing Dimensions of Data (with Jim Davis, 2014 UC Risk Summit, Ontario, CA, June 18, 2014)

A Day in the Life of a UC CPO (2014 UC Risk Summit, Ontario, CA, June 17, 2014)

Not the traditional realm of a privacy officer (Inaugural meeting of the UC privacy officials, Oakland, May 1, 2014)

What is privacy and does it still matter? (with Julia Angwin, Bruce Fein, and Adam Moore; A Symposium on Privacy and Security, UCLA, April 25, 2014)

Terms and Conditions May Apply (post-screening discussion with Rainey Reitman, UCLA Hammer Museum, January 30, 2014)
2013 An institutional framework for privacy in higher education (EDUCAUSE 2013 Annual Conference, Anaheim, October 16, 2013)

Seminar 11P: Campus IT Policy Development (with Michele Gross, EDUCAUSE 2013 Annual Conference, Anaheim, October 15, 2013)

Privacy is for People (Mobility and the Modern Web Conference, UCLA, September 10, 2013) (canceled due to illness)

UC President’s Privacy and Information Security Initiative [video recording, item A3 begins approximately 25 minutes into the session; background] (Committee on Compliance and Audit, meeting of The Regents of the University of California, San Francisco, July 17)

Institutional Framework for Privacy and Information Security [video, slides] (General Session, 2013 University of California Risk Summit, Oakland, June 7, 2013)

Interconnection of Privacy and Security Risks (panel session with Marti Arvin, Isaac Straley, and Cheryl Washington, 2013 University of California Risk Summit, Oakland, June 7, 2013)
2012 EDUCAUSE Campus IT Policy Workshop (with Joan Cheverie, San Diego, December 5-6, 2012)

Inaugural EDUCAUSE Campus IT Policy Workshop (with Jarret Cummings and Greg Jackson, Chicago, July 18-19, 2012)

Freedom vs. Control (opening panelist; Higher Education Privacy and Information Management Forum, Washington, DC, May 4, 2012)
2011 Hanging Ten, University Style (with Kara Swisher and Ronald Danielson, 2011 NASA IT Summit, San Francisco, August 15, 2011)

Legal, Policy, and Technical Realities for Cyber Space (with Heidi Wachs, Cyber Defenders program, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, July 28, 2011)

Alphabet Soup: A P2P, DMCA, HEOA FAQ (with Joseph Storch and Heidi Wachs, EDUCAUSE Live! with Steve Worona, May 18, 2011—unable to attend)

EDUCAUSE DMCA FAQ (with Joseph Storch and Heidi Wachs)

UC Policy Developments Regarding Privacy and Security in the Cloud (UC Cloud Summit 2011, Los Angeles, April 19, 2011)

Managing Data Privacy and Security in Community Colleges (with Joanne McNabb, CISOA/SecureIT Joint 2011 Conference, Santa Clara, April 5, 2011)

Privacy: Big Brother, Big Mother, Due Diligence and the Consequences of Failure (CENIC 2011 Annual Conference, Irvine, March 9, 2011)

Addressing Illegal File Sharing on Campus Networks: The Next Phase (CENIC 2011 Annual Conference, Irvine, March 7, 2011)
2010 Enforcing Copyright on Campus Networks: Lessons Learned and Next Steps (with Kenneth E. Pflueger and Steven Worona, EDUCAUSE 2010, Anaheim, October 13, 2010)

A Framework for an IT Policy Program: An Essential Element of the IT Infrastructure
(with Lisa Trubitt, EDUCAUSE 2010 preconference seminar, Anaheim, October 12, 2010)

‘Free’ movies, songs no more as colleges bust file-sharing (USA Today, August 4, 2010)

The Use of Social Security Numbers in California Colleges and Universities (California College and University Social Security Number Task Force, July 1, 2010)

“The Right to be Let Alone” (EDUCAUSE Review, January/February 2010)

Copyright Protection: Educate Your Students, Protect Your Institution (NASPA Leadership Exchange, Volume 7, Issue 4, Winter 2010)
2009 A Student Life Approach to Illegal File Sharing at UCLA (BayTSP Trends & Insights Conference, Los Gatos, October 15, 2009)

The Watchmen: UCLA & Georgetown Protect and Defend Privacy and Data Security (with Heidi Wachs, Catalyst Conference North America 2009, San Diego, July 31, 2009—unable to attend)

Self-Snooping: Monitoring Your Networks and Systems for Bad Bits (with Kathy Kimball and Steve Schuster, Institute for Computer Policy and Law, Cornell, July 21, 2009)

Face the Music: The Law and Policy of File Sharing (with Steven McDonald, 30th Annual National Conference on Law and Higher Education, Orlando, February 23, 2009)

New Rules Will Push Colleges to Rethink Tactics Against Student Pirates (The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 13, 2009)
2008 Illegal File Sharing 101 (EDUCAUSE Quarterly, Volume 31, Number 4, October-December 2008)Internet Entertainment Workshop 2008 (Universal City, October 21, 2008)

Out of the Breach and Into the Fire (with Heidi Wachs and Timothy Lance, EDUCAUSE Review, September/October 2008) [This publication gives me an Erdös number of 4!]

Report from the Trenches: Corporate Response to Data Compromises (Identity2008, Carlsbad, May 13, 2008)

Colleges fret RIAA push for state anti-P2P laws (c|net news.com blog, May 9, 2008)

Colleges Express Concern About State Laws That Require Them to Fight Online Piracy (The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 9, 2008)

P2P Policy Updates: From Campus to Congress, and Now the State House (EDUCAUSE Policy 2008, Arlington, May 8, 2008)

Don’t Download This Panel (moderator, closing plenary; EDUCAUSE Western Regional Conference, San Francisco, April 2, 2008)

Piracy provision aims at universities (Los Angeles Times, March 16, 2008)

Get Me Out of the Middle (EDUCAUSE Review, March/April 2008)

Speaker at illegal file sharing special workshop (Common Solutions Group Winter 2008 Meeting, Virginia Tech, January 9, 2008)
2007 The Breach: Preventing and Responding to Information Security Breaches: Legal, Administrative and Technical Issues (with Amy Blum and Vincent Polley, NACUA Fall Workshop: Law and Electrons, Washington, D.C., November 8, 2007)

Handling the RIAA (moderator, EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Seattle, October 24, 2007)

Data Breach Management at Higher Education Institutions (IAPP Privacy Academy, San Francisco, October 23, 2007)

Schools as Internet Providers (Current Issues in Higher Education, Suffolk University, October 5, 2007)
2006 Eye Spies (UCLA Magazine, July 2006)

Hot Policy Topics: Privacy, Security, P2P, … ? (Syllabus 2005, Los Angeles, July 2005)
2005 Security measures proposed (Daily Bruin, April 11, 2005)

Some Campus Issues (Claremont McKenna, February 2005)

Privacy & Compliance >> Better Safe Than Sorry (Campus Technology, February 2005)

Hack Exposes Lax Security in Academia (ComputerWorld, January 17, 2005)
2004 Colleges take on hacking, ID theft (Los Angeles Daily News, November 9, 2004)

UCLA File Swappers in Quarantine
(Wired News, October 13, 2004)

Network Security, Ethics and Academic Freedom (Secure IT Conference, San Francisco, April 2004)

Hollywood’s new lesson for campus file swappers (C|NET news.com, April 19, 2004)

Getting Started with Information Security (preconference workshop with Ced Bennett, EDUCAUSE Western Regional Conference, Sacramento, March 2004)

Accessing the Resources of the Internet (with Pieter Lechner, Kelly Stack and Hannah Walker, UCLA Extension class, February 2004)
2003 Subpoenas: Electronic Records and Disclosure (Information Practices Fair, October 2003)

Fair Use and Copyright in the Digital Age (UCLA SIANME, October 2003)

Institute for Computer Policy and Law (Cornell, July 2003)

Conflicts and Challenges: Reconciling security practices with University privacy policy (IT Security Symposium, UC Davis, June 18, 2003)

Legislation Affecting IT at UCLA (CSC meeting, June 2003)

Cybercrime in Higher Education (High Technology Crime Investigation Association, Southern California Chapter, Cal Poly Pomona, June 17, 2003)

California Colleges Prepare to Disclose Computer Intrusions (Chronicle of Higher Education, June 6, 2003)

IT Security: A Fragile Equilibrium (Syllabus Magazine, May 2003)

File-Sharers Face the Consequences (with Jim Davis, UCLA Today Voices, 5/28/03)

Privacy, security and copyright – Legislation and other challenges (ACM SIGUCCS CSMS, March 2003)
2002 Domain Names: More Than Just IT (with Michael Stone, EDUCAUSE Quarterly, Volume 25, Number 4, 2002)

Copyright’s New Sting
(with Ruth Simon, EDUCAUSE Review, July/August 2002)

Electronic Abuse (Office of Residential Life Initiatives, March 2002)

Be mindful of intellectual property rights (with Jim Davis, UCLA Today Voices, 2/26/02)
2001 Crafting an Electronic Constitution: A Framework for IT Policy Development (with Paula King, EDUCAUSE 2001 seminar)

Challenging Privacy (NCAPAL 2001, San Francisco)

IT Policy: An Essential Element of IT Infrastructure (with Paula King, EDUCAUSE Review, May/June 2001)

The Struggle to Preserve Privacy (Chronicle of Higher Education, May 11, 2001)

Policy Conundrums (CDL CATS 2001, Long Beach)
2000 A Real-Life Approach to Policy (with Paula King, EDUCAUSE 2000, Nashville)

An article for my parents (UCLA Today, July 25, 2000)
1999 Privacy in the Internet Age (Internet Society, Los Angeles, April 1999)
1997 Push Technology (Museum Network Conference, St. Louis, October 1997)

Staying Ahead of the Technology Wave (with Michael Stone, UCLA Alumni Support Group Leadership, Los Angeles, September 1997)

IT Measures (with Margaret Baker, UC Computing Services Conference, La Jolla, August 1997)

Emerging Internet Technologies (UC Computing Services Conference, La Jolla, August 1997)
1996 Measuring Success at Your Institution (with Michael Stone, CASE Technology Forum, Los Angeles, March 1996)
1995 Developing and Maintaining a Decentralized Web (with Katie Scheding and Kelly Stack, Fourth International World Wide Web Conference, Boston, December 1995)

Issues for Third-Generation Campus-Wide Information Systems (UC Academic Computing Symposium, Riverside, August 1995)

Publishing Information in a Campus-Wide Information System (UC Academic Computing Symposium, Riverside, August 1995)

Life in the Internet Fast Lane (Librarians Association of UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, May 1995)

Internet Hype, Hope and Hoopla (Southern California Technical Processes Group, Los Angeles, March 1995)
1994 The InfoUCLA Architecture and Issues for CWISes (UC Academic Computing Symposium, Berkeley, August 1994)