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Erin Berman

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Posted By Erin Berman Jan 27, 2023 10:52 AM
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Is there a plan to release the proposed amendments before we meet this afternoon? Thanks! ------------------------------ Erin Berman Division Director, Alameda County Library she/her/hers ------------------------------
Posted By Erin Berman Jan 17, 2023 06:00 PM
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If we find minor scrivener's errors, where should we direct them at this point in the process? Erin Berman Division Director | Learning Group Main Library Phone: 510-745-1500 | Direct Line: 510-745-1520 aclibrary.org Mission: We Grow Learners, Break Barriers, Build Futures Vision: Kind, ...
Posted By Erin Berman Nov 14, 2022 02:06 PM
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Maggie, can we get the slides from this meeting? Thanks! ------------------------------ Erin Berman Division Director, Alameda County Library she/her/hers ------------------------------
Posted By Erin Berman Oct 26, 2022 12:03 PM
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It looks like the dates just haven't been updated on the schedule from last year. It was 1/21 -1/24 in 2022 and 1/27-1/30 in 2023. Erin Berman Division Director | Learning Group Main Library Phone: 510-745-1500 | Direct Line: 510-745-1520 aclibrary.org Mission: We Grow Learners, Break ...
Posted By Erin Berman Jun 01, 2022 10:40 AM
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The Intellectual Freedom Committee's Privacy Subcommittee is seeking new members! If you have an interest in privacy, fill out an application by June 10th. Here are some of the things that the Subcommittee has done over the last four years: Added Article VII to the Library Bill of Rights ...
Posted By Erin Berman Nov 24, 2020 04:41 PM
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A recent keynote given at the virtual security summit of The Scholarly Networks Security Initiative (SNSI) has caused concern among library workers and other privacy and intellectual freedom advocates. Beginning with the claim that from an information security perspective libraries are a "weak link," ...
Posted By Erin Berman Nov 19, 2020 01:00 PM
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Virginia Dressler, the Digital Projects Librarian at Kent State University explores what the Right to be Forgotten means to digital archives in her latest post on the Voices of Privacy blog. Where do you stand on the issue? Check out her post and subscribe to get the latest privacy news and perspectives. ...
Posted By Erin Berman Oct 20, 2020 12:49 PM
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Have you ever wondered how privacy as a concept came into being in the US?  Jill Anderson, a data and project coordinator for Queens Public Library, takes a deep dive into the law review article, "The Right to Privacy" by Samuel D. Warren and Louis D. Brandeis, in her post on the Choose Privacy Every ...
Posted By Erin Berman Sep 15, 2020 03:06 PM
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The Privacy Subcommittee is pleased to announce the launch of regular privacy themed blog posts by librarians across the country on Choose Privacy Every Day. The first post by one of our new cohort bloggers, Virginia Dressler, is now live on the website. Virginia is the Digital Projects Librarian at ...
Posted By Erin Berman Aug 03, 2020 11:15 AM
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Looking to understand how your library is protecting the privacy of your patrons? Wondering how you might identify areas for improvement in safeguarding sensitive information? Join a webinar with Bill Marden (New York Public Library) and Erin Berman (Alameda Country Library) to learn how your library ...
Posted By Erin Berman Jun 09, 2020 02:51 PM
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Has your library been asked to perform contact tracing when you reopen? The Privacy Subcommittee provides guidance in our most recent blog post on the Choose Privacy Every Day site. The short of it is, don't institute contact tracing unless you're mandated to do so and if you have to make sure to follow ...
Posted By Erin Berman May 29, 2020 10:33 AM
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The American Library Association's Intellectual Freedom Committee's (IFC) Privacy Subcommittee is seeking its first cohort of regular bloggers for the Voices of Privacy Blog. We are aiming to create a robust resource where library workers can learn more about privacy-related topics and hear about the ...