Tech Ethics Workshop: Contrasting Present Laws and Codes: Dr. Victoria I. Burke


This three-hour workshop will introduce students to the ethical issues at stake in data harvesting.

 
DateFriday, January 17, 2020 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm

Cost

Free! Seating is limited. Please RSVP to Josh Paglione

Email

jpaglione@ocadu.ca

Location

RM 511 at 205 Richmond St. W.

Today, many companies make money by monetizing data (the new ‘gold mine’). The dial-up telephone is a two-technology but it does not permit third party access without a wiretap and a warrant. Internet technology is also a two-way technology but it does permit easy third-party access. This workshop will introduce students to the problems that ethicists see in this technology and in data harvesting practices. The most serious issues have arisen in the past five years. We will compare the new ‘Contract for the Web’ (human rights document), the new California law that comes into force in January 2020, the Association of Computing Machinery Code of Ethics, and the current version the EU General Data Protection Regulations.

 

Dr. Burke teaches ethics and political philosophy at Ryerson University.

 

Seating is limited. Please RSVP to Josh Paglione via email: jpaglione@ocadu.ca by Wednesday, January 15th

DateFriday, January 17, 2020 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm

Cost

Free! Seating is limited. Please RSVP to Josh Paglione

Email

jpaglione@ocadu.ca

Website Location

RM 511 at 205 Richmond St. W.

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Victoria I. Burke
Friday, January 17, 2020 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm

Today, many companies make money by monetizing data (the new ‘gold mine’). The dial-up telephone is a two-technology but it does not permit third party access without a wiretap and a warrant. Internet technology is also a two-way technology but it does permit easy third-party access. This workshop will introduce students to the problems that ethicists see in this technology and in data harvesting practices. The most serious issues have arisen in the past five years. We will compare the new ‘Contract for the Web’ (human rights document), the new California law that comes into force in January 2020, the Association of Computing Machinery Code of Ethics, and the current version the EU General Data Protection Regulations.

 

Dr. Burke teaches ethics and political philosophy at Ryerson University.

 

Seating is limited. Please RSVP to Josh Paglione via email: jpaglione@ocadu.ca by Wednesday, January 15th

Venue & Address: 
RM 511 at 205 Richmond St. W.
Email: 
jpaglione@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Free! Seating is limited. Please RSVP to Josh Paglione
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