September 29, 2021

Speaker to discuss academic surveillance

Sarah Lamdan, a professor of law at CUNY School of Law in Long Island City, New York, will lead the discussion “Academic Surveillance: Big Data Policing in Libraries and Classrooms.”

Sarah Lamdan, a professor of law at CUNY School of Law in Long Island City, New York, will lead the discussion “Academic Surveillance: Big Data Policing in Libraries and Classrooms.”

Sarah Lamdan will lead the discussion 'Academic Surveillance: Big Data Policing in Libraries and Classrooms'

The University of Wisconsin-Superior’s Jim Dan Hill Library will present the second speaker in a free multipart series entitled, “Data Deluge: Privacy in a Connected World” on Thursday, October 7, at 1 p.m.

Sarah Lamdan, a professor of law at CUNY School of Law in Long Island City, New York, will lead the discussion “Academic Surveillance: Big Data Policing in Libraries and Classrooms.”

This community event will take place in the Jim Dan Hill Library’s main floor and will be livestreamed on YouTube. Registratoin is available online.

Lamdan researches information law issues across the spectrum from open government to personal privacy.

This event, sponsored by the Tommy G. Thompson Center for Public Leadership, is a multipart speaker series discussing the timely issues of data and privacy in the digital age.

Sarah Lamdan, a professor of law at CUNY School of Law in Long Island City, New York, will lead the discussion “Academic Surveillance: Big Data Policing in Libraries and Classrooms.”

Sarah Lamdan, a professor of law at CUNY School of Law in Long Island City, New York, will lead the discussion “Academic Surveillance: Big Data Policing in Libraries and Classrooms.”

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