The Center for Digital Ethics and Policy at Loyola University Chicago is hosting its Sixth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics on Friday, November 4, 2016 on Loyola’s Water Tower Campus in downtown Chicago.
The keynote speaker will be Lilie Chouliaraki, author of “The Spectatorship of Suffering” and Professor of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics.
Lilie Chouliaraki | Director of PhD Program and Professor of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics
Meg Leta Jones | Assistant Professor in Georgetown University’s Communication, Culture & Technology Program
Whitney Phillips | Assistant Professor, Mercer University
Julie Carpenter | Author of “Culture and Human-Robot Interaction in Militarized Spaces: A War Story”
Ryan Milner | Assistant Professor, College of Charleston
Max Schrems | Privacy Activist; Founder of Europe v Facebook; Author of Kämpf um deine Daten (Fight for your Data) and Private Videoüberwachung (Private Video Surveillance Law)
Presentations from symposium sessions may be viewed here:
Part One: Welcome from CDEP Founder Don Heider; Meg Leta Jones on Ethics and the Right to be Forgotten
Part Two: Trolls and Selfies
Part Three: Europe v Facebook with Privacy Activist Max Schrems; interviewed by Bastiaan Vanacker, Program Director for the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy
Part Four: Keynote Speaker Lilie Chouliaraki, Professor and Author on “The Spectatorship of Suffering”
Part Five: Exploring, Making and Managing
Part Six: Robots and Virtual Reality
More information on past symposiums may be viewed here.