Schedule

The Roundtable will be held on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (Friday morning)  and the School of Information Sciences (Friday lunch/afternoon and Saturday).

We will be serving a light breakfast on Friday and Saturday mornings.  Lunch on Friday will be catered sandwiches.  Dinner on Friday evening will be at set menu Timpone’s in Urbana.

Friday, April 21

8:30 – 8:45 – Welcome and Opening

8:45-10:00 – Papers 1

  • Buschman – What Does November 8, 2016 Mean for Information Ethics?
  • Vamanu – Moral Subjectivity in Big Data Times
  • Doyle –  Big data and the case for personal information as property.

10:00-10:15  – Break

10:15-11:30 – Papers 2

  • Bossaller and Haggerty – Is it our job to police them? Librarians, intellectual property, and ethics in public libraries
  • Zimmer and Chamberlain Kritikos – Privacy policies and practices with cloud-based services in public libraries: An exploratory case of BiblioCommons”
  • Lawrence – Appeal data & the ethics of readers’ advisory

11:30-1:00  – Lunch

1:00-2:15 – Panel and Papers 3

  • Doyle and Oltmann – Getting bad data: Does purposeful obfuscation matter
  • Allard – The ethics of technology transfer: A data challenge

2:15-3:30 – Papers 4

  • Washington – Bad math or bad ethics? The controversy over risk analytics
  • Castro and Pham – What’s wrong with a market for consumer scoring data?
  • Hofman and Richardson – When evidence is treated as fact: The legal and ethical problems of data mining

3:30-3:45 –  Break

3:45-5:00  – Papers 5

  • Despres – Records management and the ethical implications of information mismanagement
  • Kim – The influences of psychologists’ research ethics and IRB requirements on their data sharing behaviors
  • LeClere – Privacy, access to information, and the archives: Addressing privacy in large-scale digitization work

7:00pm Dinner at Timpone’s  – 710 S Goodwin Ave, Urbana, IL, (217) 344-7619

Saturday, April 22

9:00 – 10:15 – Papers 6

  • Davidson and Doty – “Someone to watch over me”: Spotify and the ethics of music discovery
  • Jones – Bad bots: A comparative legal analysis of mean machine communication
  • Diesner and Chin – Pitfalls and best practices when working with online data: Feasibility versus compliance

10:15 – 10:30 – Break

10:30 – 11:45 – Papers 7

  • Blanken-Webb &  Burbules – Ethical dimensions of cybersecurity education
  • Burgess – Ubiquitous Data and intergenerational justice: A critique from sustainability theory
  • Hoffmann & Stark – Data, metaphor, and professional ethics for data science

11:45 – 12:00 – Closing