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Conducting a Privacy Audit

  • 1.  Conducting a Privacy Audit

    Posted Jan 05, 2022 11:44 AM

    Conducting a Privacy Audit

    With Julie Oborny & Erin Berman. A 90-minute workshop.

    Wednesday, January 12, 2022

    2:30 pm Eastern | 1:30 pm Central | 12:30 pm Mountain | 11:30 am Pacific


    If the crises and disasters of this past year have taught us anything, it's that libraries change according to circumstance. Data is a critical component to successfully adapting to those changes. How much data you collect and how you use it as your organization changes can quickly and easily undermine privacy-a core value of libraries and the seventh article in the ALA's Library Bill of Rights.


    How can your library continue to evolve without sacrificing privacy? With a privacy audit. This interactive workshop will help you get started on a privacy audit in your library. Don't worry if you don't have the ability to do a privacy audit yourself. We'll also include things you can do to advocate for getting a privacy audit done at your library.



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    Kristin Pekoll, CAE

    Assistant Director

    Office for Intellectual Freedom



    225 N Michigan Ave, Suite 1300, Chicago, IL 60601



    Beyond Banned Books: Defending Intellectual Freedom throughout Your Library

    By Kristin Pekoll – Available Now at the ALA Store