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ISCRAM 2013: ELSI – Past, present & future - Panel
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ISCRAM 2013: ELSI – Past, present & future - Panel

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Author: Hayley Watson - Trilateral Research & Consulting …

Author: Hayley Watson - Trilateral Research & Consulting

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  • Not a comprehensive starting point – what I hope to do is highlight one additional area of consideration relating to the social dimension of ICT & crisis management.
  • Remove “we” element…
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    • 1. ELSI – Past, present & future Hayley Watson - Trilateral Research & Consulting hayley.watson@trilateralresearch.com ISCRAM 2013
    • 2. Past…some examples Past2 • Dilmaghani et al. (2006) • Adequate privacy of data between different actors? Solutions? (e.g., encryption) Privacy • Büscher et al. (2008) • Trust & technology • Fall et al. (2010) • Security of data & trustworthy data – verification • Foulquer et al. (2010) • Trust as central to crisis response • Tapia et al. (2011) • Trust as an institutional issue Trust • Kelley et al. (2011) • Demographic implications on communication preferences. Social
    • 3. Food for thought….  Social issues…citizens & their contribution…  A greater understanding of the citizen…and the needs of citizens!!  Guidance/support for citizens?  Whose responsibility?  Transparency – are citizens aware of the “other” uses of their data?  How do we build citizen confidence/abilities/skills?  US – Training…(Hiltz and Plotnick, 2013)  Different types of ICT’s in different types of crises  Citizen usage  Barriers to adoption?  How do we ensure citizen “safety”? Citizen focused3
    • 4. Future…in your hands!  Public blog  http://itethicsincrisis.wordpress.co m/  Share  On-going research  Raise awareness  Do you have something to contribute?  Do you want to be involved?  Future of ISCRAM 2014 & beyond…  Issues to be explored?  Interested parties? Future4

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