Digital privacy resources for you, your library, and your library’s patrons
Digital privacy has been a significant topic in librarianship for the past few years, but it’s easy to get bogged down with complex technical discussions. For librarians just starting to reexamine digital privacy in this era of mass surveillance and mass hacking, a better way to begin understanding digital privacy is to make small but important changes to their personal privacy habits. The next step may be to extend the privacy mindset to their library, where infrastructural changes can help safeguard patrons’ data. Finally, the privacy-oriented library may provide patrons with information about how they can control their own digital privacy.
Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian