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<p><strong>OVERVIEW</strong></p> <p>The Technologies of Surveillance Working Group was formed at the end of the 2017 DLF Forum by Yasmeen Shorish and Shea Swauger. This group came out of the <a href="https://osf.io/eghdn/" rel="nofollow" title="Working Lunch site">Surveyance or Surveillance?</a> Working Lunch at the Forum and is dedicated to interrogating our relationships with data collection technologies. Libraries are increasingly investing in systems that can track and correlate user behavior.</p> <p>This group will interrogate the methods and ethical implications of these technologies and seeks to establish guidelines for how to operationalize interrogation of technology, wherever we encounter it in our profession. </p> <hr> <p><strong>CONTENT AND FILE ORGANIZATION</strong></p> <p>Wiki:</p> <ul> <li>"Home" (this document)</li> <li>"To Do List" is a place for us to keep track of tasks that need to be done.</li> </ul> <p>Files:</p> <ul> <li>"Drafts" folder is for any drafts of deliverables. </li> <li>"MeetingNotes" contains meeting notes. Please name files using the "MeetingNotes_YYYYMMMDD" naming convention.</li> <li>"Resources" is a folder for documents that support the group's work. </li> </ul>
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