UW-Superior speaker to discuss issues of data, privacy
The University of Wisconsin-Superior’s Jim Dan Hill Library will present the first speaker in a free multipart series entitled, “Data Deluge: Privacy in a Connected World” on Friday, September 17, at 1 p.m. Dorothea Salo, an expert on digital information at the iSchool at UW-Madison, will lead the discussion.
This community event will take place in the Jim Dan Hill Library’s main floor and will be simultaneously livestreamed on Facebook.
Salo has also built “Recover Analog and Digital Data” (RADD) to save personal, family and community history in Wisconsin from decaying 20th-century media such as VHS tapes and floppy disks.
This event, sponsored by the Tommy G. Thompson Center for Public Leadership, is a multipart speaker series discussing the timely issues of data and privacy in the digital age.
The Jim Dan Hill Library is located at 907 N. 19th St. For more information and to register, visit uwsuper.edu/dorothea-salo.