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Privacy Praxis

Privacy Praxis

The Bridge: How Does Your Scholarship/Work Live In This World?

Privacy Praxis is an annual conference bringing together scholars, practitioners, representatives, and advocates from a variety of disciplines to discuss and develop privacy work rooted in the experience of the communities most impacted and the least consulted. 


Najarian R. Peters, Associate Professor of Law, University of Kansas Law School; Faculty Associate, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society

Panel One: Epistemological Frameworks

Moderator: Matt Mitchell 

Ford Foundation Tech Fellow

Dr. Britt S. Paris

Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science, 

Rutgers University

Simulacra at Scale: Digitized Bodies in Multi-Agent Systems

Dr. Rachel Kuo

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, 

Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Digital Differential Vulnerability: On Power and Technology Ethics

Cynthia Conti-Cook

Civil Rights Attorney and Researcher

Smoke and Shields: the Illusion of Police Privacy Behind Fights for State Secrecy


Introduction by: Shaakirrah Sanders 

Professor of Law, The University of Idaho College of Law

Anita Allen

Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy,

The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Panel Two: Velocity, Doing, and World Building

Moderator: Chris Gilliard 

Professor of English, Macomb Community College

LaJuné McMillian

New Media Artist

Black Movement Library

Brandeis Marshall

Chief Executive Officer, DatedX

Promoting While Protecting Black Women in Data

Yuan Stevens

Law, Ethics, and Technology Researcher

Seizing the Means of Protection: Sociotechnical Security for Survivability and Resistance

Past Event
Feb 25, 2021
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM ET

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