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Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding

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Presentation given to the NISO Consensus Framework to Support Patron Privacy in Digital Library and Information Systems working group meeting on May 21, 2015.

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Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding

  1. 1. Peter E. Murray – @DataG – http://dltj.org/about Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding NISO Consensus Framework to Support Patron Privacy in Digital Library and Information Systems May 21, 2015 “Codex Claustroneoburgensis 980” from College of Saint Benedict & Saint John's University via DPLA
  2. 2. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG – American Library Association Code of Ethics “We protect each library user's right to privacy and confidentiality with respect to information sought or received and resources consulted, borrowed, acquired or transmitted.”
  3. 3. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataGAdvancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG “Book Pocket, PRI Library” by Tara Murray via flickr
  4. 4. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataGAdvancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG “Computer division personnel activate the Standard Depot System…” from National Archives and Records Administration via DPLA
  5. 5. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataGAdvancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG5 “Map showing the telegraph lines in operation, under contract, and contemplated…” from Boston Public Library via DPLA
  6. 6. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataGAdvancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG6
  7. 7. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG – NISO Shared Electronic Resource Understanding “The acquiring institution and the provider respect the privacy of the users of the content and will not disclose or distribute personal information about the user to any third party without the user’s consent unless required to do so by law. The provider should develop and post its privacy policy on its website.”
  8. 8. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataGAdvancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG8 From “EBSCO in Cahoots With Harvard Business Press” at Disruptive Library Technology Jester
  9. 9. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataGAdvancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG9 “The Art of Social Media” by mkhmarketing via flickr
  10. 10. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataGAdvancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG “Eli Pariser, author of The Filter Bubble” by John S. and James L. Knight Foundation via flickr
  11. 11. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG Applying the SERU Model to Patron Activity ❖ What information is collected from the patron? ❖ What activity can be gleaned by other parties? ❖ How does patron activity influence service delivery? ❖ What is the disposition of patron activity data?
  12. 12. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataGAdvancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG12 “Bridge Between…” by haRee via flickr
  13. 13. Advancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataGAdvancing Patron Privacy on Vendor Systems with a Shared Understanding DataG13 “Sunset” from the National Archives and Records Administration via DPLA Peter E. Murray Attributed photographs from DPLA, Flickr and Wikimedia Commons; used under Public Domain or Creative Commons derivatives-okay licenses, or used with permission http://dltj.org/about

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