Shade, L. “Honestly, We’re Not Spying on Kids”: Social Media Monitoring of Young People at School”, Panel: The eQuality Project: Unpacking Networked Surveillance at School, at Play and on Social Media. Presented at Youngsters: On the Cultures of Children and Youth, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada (20-22 October 2016).

Shade, L. “The eQuality Project:  Advocating for Young People’s Privacy Rights in Canada’s Digital Economy”, Presented at Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, Calgary, Canada (28-31 May 2016).

Regan, P., Jolene Jesse, & Elsa Talat Khwaja. “Big Data in Education Arena- 21st Century Student Sorting and Tracking,” presented at the Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Barcelona, Spain (April 2016).

Regan, P., Jolene Jesse, & Elsa Talat Khwaja. “Big Data in Education- Developing Policy for Ethical Implementation in the US and Canada” presented at the American Society for Public Administration Annual Conference, Seattle, WA (March 2016)

Steeves, V., & Jane Bailey, “Living in the Mirror: Girls’ Privacy and Equality on Social Media,” presented at the University of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (30 September 2016)

Steeves, V., “Prying Open the Black Box: What Hello Barbie Can Tell Us About Behavioural Targeting” (Keynote address), presented at Access and Privacy Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (17 June 2016).

Bailey, J., Jacquelyn Burkell, Leslie Shade & Valerie Steeves, eGirls, eCitizens: A Dialogue on Theory and Practice,” presented at International Girls Studies Association Conference, Norwich, U.K. (9 April 2016).

Bailey, J., Raine Lillefeldt, Claudia Mitchell, Jan Moolman, Valerie Steeves & Jamia Wilson, “Creating a Safer Digital World for Young Women’s Empowerment,” presented at United Nations Committee on the Status of Women Conference, New York City, United States of America (22 March 2016).

Steeves, V., “Prying Open the Black Box: What Hello Barbie Can Tell Us About Behavioural Targeting,” presented at Surveillance Studies Centre Seminar Series, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada (10 February 2016).

Steeves, V., “Complicated Connections: Engaging with the Networked World of Today’s Teenagers,” presented at inVisible College, Kingston, Canada (9 February 2016).

Bailey, J., “A Perfect Storm,” presented at Queens University Feminist Legal Speakers Series, Kingston, Canada (5 February 2016).

Bailey, J., “Impacts of Digital Communications Technologies in relation to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Crisis,” presented at FAFIA/NWAC/CJWL Symposium on Murders and Disappearances of Indigenous Women and Girls: Planning for Change  Towards a National Inquiry and an Effective National Action Plan, Ottawa, Canada (30-31 January 2016).

Bailey, J. “How the Online Environment, Social Norms and Law Shape Girls’ Lives,” presented at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada (18 January 2016).

Bailey, J. “Gendering Big Brother: What’s a Feminist to Do?,” presented at Pushing the Envelope: Ethics, Equality and Emerging Technologies, Universidad de Puerto Rico Law School, San Juan, Puerto Rico (15 January 2016).

Steeves, V., “Immersive Surveillance and Equality-Seeking Communities,” presented at Pushing the Envelope: Ethics, Equality and Emerging Technologies, University of Puerto Rico Law School, San Juan, Puerto Rico (15 January 2016).

Steeves, V. & Jane Bailey, “The eQuality Project,” presented at Research-Community Partnerships: Co-Leading Advances that Can Change the World, Canadian Association of Research Administrators Ontario Strategic Partnerships Conference, Ottawa, Canada (7 December 2015).

Steeves, V., “Prying Open the Black Box: What Hello Barbie Can Tell Us About Behavioural Targeting,” presented at Canadian Access and Privacy Association Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada (30 November 2015).

Steeves, V., & Bailey, J., “The eQuality Project,” presented at Research-Community Partnerships: Co-Leading Advances that Can Change the World Panel, Canadian Association of Research Administrators Strategic Partnerships Conference, Ottawa, Canada (7 Dec 2015).

Bailey, J., “A Perfect Storm: Barriers to Girls’ Online Equality,” presented at Province of Ontario’s 2015 Summit on Sexual Violence and Harassment, Toronto, Canada (December 2015).

Bailey, J., (panellist) Project Shift: Creating a Safer Digital World for Young Women Knowledge Exchange Forum, YWCA Canada, Ottawa, Canada (25 November 2015).

Bailey, J., Valerie Steeves, Jacquelyn Burkell, & Priscilla Regan, “Above, Below, Beside, Within: The Privacy Implications of Surveillant Immersion,” presented at Amsterdam Privacy Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands (25 October 2015).

Steeves, V., “The Privacy Implications of Surveillant Immersion,” presented at Amsterdam Privacy Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands (25 October 2015).

Bailey, J., “A Perfect Storm:  How the Online Environment, Social Norms and Law Shape Girls’ Online Lives,” presented at Amsterdam Privacy Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands (24 October 2015).

Bailey, J. & Valerie Steeves, “Cyberbullying and online hate speech: Canadian legal approaches and evidence,” presented during Invited Consultation with the Korean Human Rights Commission, Ottawa, Canada (9 October 2015).

Steeves, V., “Digital Technologies Research: Ethical and Methodological Lessons Learned,” presented at Digital Scholarship Workshop, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Canada (Sep 30, 2015).

Bailey, J., “Documenting the Locker Room,” presented at The Dalhousie Dentistry Scandal and the Legal Profession: What Have We Learned?,” University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, Ottawa, Canada (9 September 2015).

Bailey, J., “Feminist methodologies,” presented to PhD Research Methodology Class, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, Ottawa, Canada (September 2015).

Steeves, V., “Social Media, Gender Discrimination and the Algorithmic Sort: How Corporate Profiling Structures Identity and Security Online,” presented at European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Annual Conference, Tallinn, Estonia (28 August 2015).

Steeves, V., “Online Privacy for Kids: What Works, What Doesn’t” (Keynote address), presented at SOUPS 2015: Usable Privacy and Security and the Human Factor, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada (23 July 2015).

Bailey, J., Jacquelyn Burkell, Priscilla Regan, Rakhi Ruparelia, Leslie Regan Shade, & Valerie Steeves, “Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice:  Evaluating the Application of Intersectional Methodologies in the Context of Surveillance Studies,” presented at: Surveillance Studies Centre Workshop 2015: Intersectional Approaches to Surveillance, Queen’s University, Kingston Canada (11-13 June 2015).

Steeves, V., “eGirls, eCitizens: Putting Technology Theory and Policy into Dialogue with the Voices of Girls and Young Women,” presented at Canadian Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Congress of the Humanities, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada (5 June 2015).

Steeves, V., “‘Pretty and Just a Little Bit Sexy, I Guess’: Publicity, Privacy and the Pressure to Perform ‘Appropriate’ Femininity on Social Media,” presented at Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, Congress of the Humanities, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada (4 June 2015).

Steeves, V., “‘Pretty and Just a Little Bit Sexy, I Guess’: Publicity, Privacy and the Pressure to Perform ‘Appropriate’ Femininity on Social Media,” presented at International Law and Society Conference, Seattle, United Sates of America (29 May 2015).