UPDATE: rather than continually updating this blog post I created a site for curation of content.
I was asked to share my reading list for the NISO committee to develop a Consensus Framework to Support Patron Privacy in Digital Library and Information Systems. As with all reading lists, this one is always evolving. I would love suggestions if there is something you think is missing.
- Engaging Privacy and Information Technology in a Digital Age from by Committee on Privacy in the Information Age, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, National Research Council
- Intellectual Privacy: Rethinking Civil Liberties in the Digital Age by Neil Richards
- Privacy in Context: Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life (Stanford Law Books) by Helen Nissenbaum
- Privacy, Big Data, and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement by Julia Lane, Victoria Stodden, Stefan Bender, Helen Nissenbaum
- Nothing to Hide: The False Tradeoff between Privacy and Security by Daniel J. Solove
- Data and Goliath: The Hidden Battles to Collect Your Data and Control Your World by Bruce Schneier
- The Filter Bubble: How the New Personalized Web Is Changing What We Read and How We Think by Eli Pariser
Articles (May be behind a pay wall)
- ALA Privacy Toolkit
- ALA, Intellectual Freedom Manual, Policies and Statements Related to Confidentiality, Privacy, and Governmental Intimidation
- Big science: is Big Data really the price we “have to pay” for advanced research?
- Eisgrau, A., (2015) Time for action: ending “bulk collection” of library records on the line in looming senate vote
- Ferguson, S., Thornley, C., & Gibb, F. (2014). How do libraries manage the ethical and privacy issues of RFID implementation? A qualitative investigation into the decision-making processes of ten libraries. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 0961000613518572.
- Gressel, M. (2014). Are Libraries Doing Enough to Safeguard Their Patrons’ Digital Privacy?. The Serials Librarian, 67(2), 137-142.
- Griffey, J. (2010). Privacy and Freedom of Information in 21st-century Libraries. ALA Editions [Note Chapter 2 is particularly helpful].
- Hess, A. N., LaPorte-Fiori, R., & Engwall, K. (2015). Preserving Patron Privacy in the 21st Century Academic Library. The Journal of Academic Librarianship,41(1), 105-114.
- Hundt, Reed, Saving Privacy
- IFLA Trend Report: Riding the Waves or Caught in the Tide? Insights from the IFLA Trend Report, Trend 3: the boundaries of privacy and data protection will be redefined
- Magi, T. J. (2010). A content analysis of library vendor privacy policies: Do they meet our standards?. College & Research Libraries, 71(3), 254-272.
- Maycock, A. (2013). Privacy, Libraries, and Engaging the Public: ALA’s Choose Privacy Week Initiative. Indiana Libraries, 32(1), 34-36. PDF
- McCord, G. (2015) Choose Privacy Week 2015: What You Should Know About “Anonymous” Aggregate Data About You
- Mor, Y. (2014, March 5). Big Data and Law Enforcement: Was “Minority Report” Right?
- Nicholson, S., & Smith, C. A. (2005). Using lessons from health care to protect the privacy of library users: Guidelines for the de‐identification of library data based on HIPAA. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 42(1).
- Narayanan, A., & Shmatikov, V. (2008, May). Robust de-anonymization of large sparse datasets. In Security and Privacy, 2008. SP 2008. IEEE Symposium on (pp. 111-125). IEEE.
- Noh, Y. (2014). Digital library user privacy: changing librarian viewpoints through education. Library Hi Tech, 32(2), 300-317.
- Papathanassopoulos, S. (2015). Privacy 2.0. Social Media+ Society, 1(1), 2056305115578141.
- Pew, Americans’ Attitudes About Privacy, Security and Surveillance
- Price, G. A few thoughts on privacy
- Richards, Neil M. Privacy is Not Dead—It’s Inevitable
- Richards, Neil M., (2014) Four Privacy Myths
- Richards, N. M., & King, J. H. (2014). Big data ethics. Wake Forest Law Review.
- Sturges,Paul (2005) Is Privacy Dead?
- Sturges, P., Davies, E., Dearnley, J., Iliffe, U., Iliffe, U., Oppenheim, C., & Hardy, R. (2003). User privacy in the digital library environment: An investigation of policies and preparedness. Library Management, 24(1/2), 44-50.
- UNESCO Publishes First Draft of New Study on Privacy, Access to Info, Freedom of Expression, and Ethics
- Wing, Y. G. E. H. J. (2014). Inverse Privacy.
- Zimmer, M. (2014). Librarians’ Attitudes Regarding Information and Internet Privacy. The Library, 84(2).