Lunch will not be provided at tomorrow's talk, due to inclement weather. Assuming UW operations resume tomorrow, please bring your own lunch to the talk.
On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 5:41 PM Philip Garrison <phili...@cs.washington.edu> wrote: > Reminder: Looking forward to Meg's talk on Tuesday! Hopefully the weather > will work with us. > > On Fri, Feb 8, 2019 at 2:58 AM Philip Garrison <phili...@cs.washington.edu> > wrote: > >> Please join us for Change next Tuesday (Feb 12) at noon in CSE 203, with >> a talk by Meg Young. >> >> If UW operations are suspended (https://emergency.uw.edu/), the talk >> will be canceled. >> Last week's canceled talk (Cliff Schmidt) has been rescheduled to March 5. >> >> *Who:* Meg Young >> *What:* Data Ownership is Not Dispositive: Data Ownership and Access in >> Outsourced "Smart City" Data Programs >> *When:* Tuesday, Feb 12, 12-1pm >> *Where:* CSE 203 >> >> *Abstract:* >> Recent and intensifying interest in how companies govern user data has >> been met with an emphasis on users' rights with respect to their own data. >> However, a closer look at how data "ownership" works in practice reveals >> that ownership does not ensure that data is governed as owners (and >> subjects) intend. In this talk, I argue that data ownership is not >> determinative of the rights and obligations that the metaphor suggests. I >> draw on examples from three data sharing configurations in my dissertation >> fieldwork on access, accountability and proprietary systems in outsourced >> local government data programs: (1) ORCA card readers, (2) transit agencies >> providing first- and last-mile service to transit stations, and (3) a >> UW-based "data trust" for cross-sector data sharing. In each case, I >> explore what "work" data ownership does in practice, and find that it is >> not indicative of who can access data and for what purpose. >> >> *Bio:* >> Meg is a PhD Candidate in the UW Information School and a member of the >> Tech Policy Lab, Critical Platform Studies Group, and Data Lab. She >> primarily conducts ethnographic work on technology policy and smart cities >> programs. >> _______________________________________________ >> change mailing list >> firstname.lastname@example.org >> https://changemm.cs.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/change >> > _______________________________________________ > change mailing list > email@example.com > https://changemm.cs.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/change >
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