Youth Perspectives on Privacy and Equality in Networked Spaces
Young People, Big Data, and the Networked Environment
Law and Policy
Methodology

 


Youth Perspectives on Privacy and Equality in Networked Spaces

 

      • Teen’s Privacy Decisions about Photos on Social Media

Steeves, V. (2018, June). The Selfless selfie: How teens negotiate the privacy and publicity of photos on social media. Paper presented to Surveillance Beyond Borders and Boundaries, 8th Biannual Conference of the Surveillance Studies Network, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark.

Black, D. (2018, June). Snap decisions: Youth decision-making about photos on social media. Paper presented to Surveillance Beyond Borders and Boundaries, 8th Biannual Conference of the Surveillance Studies Network, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark.

Steeves, V. (2017, November). Selfless selfies: Photos and social media. Keynote Address presented to the Canadian Access and Privacy Association Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

Burkell, J. (2017, October). Showing myself: Sharing photographs on social media. Paper presented at the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Information & Media Studies Seminar Series, London, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2017, September). The selfless selfie: How teens negotiate the privacy and publicity of photos on social media. Paper presented at Teenage Kicks: Global Teenage Cultures, Representations and Practices Conference in London, United Kingdom.

Burkell, J., Gosse, C., Fortier, A., & Heath, S. (2017, July). Showing myself: Sharing photographs on social media. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Conference on Social Media and Society, Toronto, Canada.

Burkell, J. & Heath, S. (2017, June). How do I Show Me: Social Media Photographs, Meaning and Privacy. Paper presented at the International Meeting on Law and Society, Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel and Towers, Mexico City.

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

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

 

  • Teens’ Perspectives on Defamation

Bailey, J. (2018, September). Protecting reputation in a digital age:  Perspectives from Canadian young people. Paper presented at the Tackling Cyberbullying Conference, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong.

Burkell, J., & Bailey, J. (2018, June). Law as a last resort: Young people’s experiences with online defamation. Paper presented to Surveillance Beyond Borders and Boundaries, 8th Biannual Conference of the Surveillance Studies Network, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark.

Bailey, J. (2018, May). Youth perspectives on online defamation. Paper presented at the meeting on Harms and Values Panel at Law Commission of Ontario Conference, Defamation Law and the Internet:  Where do we go from here?, Toronto, Canada.

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

 

  • #DisconnectionChallenge

Steeves, V. (2018, September). Teens talk tech: Social media and families in the digital age. Public lecture with V. Michaelson hosted by Queen’s University and Limestone District Board of Education, Kingston, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2018, February). The #DisconnectionChallenge: Youth, social media and privacy. Public lecture with V. Michaelson, University of Ottawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society, Ottawa, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2017, October). Disconnection challenge. Keynote Address presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Education Association Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada.

 


Young People, Big Data, and the Networked Environment

 

  • Networked Playgrounds and Toys

Steeves, V. (2018, June). Hello Barbie, goodbye me: A discourse analysis of Mattel’s conversations with children. Paper presented at the meeting of New Lines of (In)Sight? Big Data Surveillance & the Analytically-Driven Organization, Stirling University, Stirling, Scotland.

Smith, K. & Shade L. (2017, June). Dataveillance, screens, and interactive toys for tots. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Data Power Conference, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2016, November). What Hello Barbie can tell us about behavioural advertising, Keynote Address presented at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Privacy Day, Ottawa, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2016, September). What Hello Barbie can tell us about behavioural advertising. Public Lecture hosted by the CrySP Speakers Series, University of Waterloo, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2016, June). 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.

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

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

 

  • The Networked Classroom

Regan, P., & Bailey, J. (2018, June). Big data, privacy and education applications. Paper presented to Surveillance Beyond Borders and Boundaries, 8th Biannual Conference of the Surveillance Studies Network, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark.

Regan, P. (2017, December). Ethical and administrative policy concerns about use of Big Data in K-12 Education. Paper submission to the US Federal Trade Commission Education Technology Student Privacy and EdTech Workshop, Washington, DC, U.S.

Steeves, V. (2017, November). Privacy implications in the networked classroom. Paper presented at the meeting of Privacy in the Networked Classroom panel at the Bring It Together: Ontario’s Premier Educational Technology Conference, Niagara Falls, Canada.

Shade, L. (2017, November). Social media monitoring of students. Paper presented at the meeting of Privacy in the Networked Classroom panel at the Bring It Together: Ontario’s Premier Educational Technology Conference, Niagara Falls, Canada.

Bailey, J. (2017, November). From ‘zero tolerance’ to ‘safe and accepting’: Lessons learned from Ontario’s experience. Paper presented on Privacy in the Networked Classroom panel at the Bring It Together: Ontario’s Premier Educational Technology Conference, Niagara Falls, Canada.

Regan, P., & Khwaja, E. (2017, July). Mapping the political economic landscape of educational technology: A network perspective. Paper presented at the 1st North American Social Networks Conference, Washington DC, United States of America.

Steeves, V. (2017, June). Trends in networked surveillance in Ontario schools and classrooms. Paper presented at the Ontario Connections Conference on Access Privacy, Security and Records Management, Toronto, Canada.

Regan, P. & Khwaja, E. (2017, June). Ethical implementation of big data in education: Policy and practices in the US and Canada. Paper presented at the International Meeting of Law and Society, Mexico City, Mexico.

Bailey, J. (2017, January). From “zero tolerance” to “safe and accepting”: lessons learned from Ontario’s experience. Paper presented at the Privacy Implications in the Networked Classroom workshop at the Alberta Teachers’ Association, Edmonton, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2017, January). Big data, little kids: Privacy, networks & cyberbullying in the digital age. Public Lecture hosted by the Technology Council of the Alberta Teachers’ Association, Edmonton, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2017, January). Privacy implications in the networked classroom. Paper presented at the Privacy Implications in the Networked Classroom workshop at the Alberta Teachers’ Association, Edmonton, Canada.

Shade, L. (2017, January). Social Media Monitoring of Students. Paper presented at the Privacy Implications in the Networked Classroom workshop at the Alberta Teachers’ Association, Edmonton, Canada.

Shade, L., Steeves, V., & Burkell, J. (2016, October). The eQuality Project: Unpacking surveillance at school, at play and on social media. Paper presented at the meeting of Youngsters Conference on the Culture of Children and Youth, Association for Research in Cultures of Young People, Vancouver, Canada.

Shade, L. (2016, October). “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.

Shade, L. (2016, April). Always Already Monitoring: School Surveillance of Young People’s Social Media. Papaer presented at the 7th Biannual Surveillance and Society Conference, Barcelona, Spain.

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

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

 

  • Big Data and Algorithmic Discrimination (Networked Environment)

Bailey, J. (2016, September) Impacts of Digital Communications Technologies in relation to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Crisis. Paper 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.

 


Law and Policy

 

  • Cyberbullying, CyberHarassment, and Cyberviolence

Bailey, J. (2018, October). Privacy meets equality (again): The case of voyeurism.  Paper presented at Monash University, Melbourne Australia.

Bailey, J.  (2018, September). Tech-facilitated violence and discrimination: Canadian legal responses. Paper presented at Hong Kong University, Hong Kong.

Burkell, J., & Bailey, J. (2018, June). Legal remedies as a last resort for online attacks: Young people’s perspectives. Paper presented at the 8th biennial Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark.

Bailey, J. (2018, March). Criminal responses to technologically-facilitated violence against women & girls. Paper presented at Ottawa Law Review Symposium:  New Directions for Law & Tech”, Ottawa, Canada.

Bailey, J. (2018, February). Tech-facilitated violence against women and girls. Paper presented at University of Ottawa Women and the Law Sexual Violence Awareness Series, Ottawa, Canada.

Georas, C., & Bailey, J. (2018, February). Sexually explicit resistance art: Activism, rape culture and technology. Paper presented at University of Ottawa Greenberg Speaker Series and the Centre for Law, Technology, and Society, Ottawa, ON.

Bailey, J., & Mathen, C. (2017, November). Open season on women? Canadian criminal law responses to technologically facilitated violence against women and girls. Paper presented at the Shirley Greenberg Lectures Series, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Bailey, J. (2017, November). Technologically-facilitated violence against women and girls: The interplay of criminal law and service provider responses. Paper presented at a meeting of Global Affairs Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Bailey, J. (2017, November). Challenges related to preventing and countering cyber violence against women and girls. Paper presented to Global Affairs Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Bailey, J. (2017, October). Legal responses to technologically facilitated violence against women & girls. Paper presented at the Cyberviolence meeting of the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women, Ottawa, Canada.

Bailey, J. Mathen, C. (2017, June). Technology-Facilitated VAW: Can Criminal Law Respond? Paper presented at the International Meeting on Law and Society, Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel and Towers, Mexico City.

Steeves, V. (2017, April). Invited Workshop with Status of Women Canada to discuss methods to collect data on violence against women and girls.

Wilson, J., Black, D., Liliefeldt, R., & Flynn-Jones, E.  (2017, February). Open participation is power: The movement to end online harassment. Public panel presentation at Impact Hub, Ottawa, Canada.

Steeves, V., Liliefeldt, R., Black, D., & Johnston, M. (2016, October). Cyberviolence: Creating interventions that work for young people. Paper presented at Inclusive Canada: 2017 and Beyond, Canadian Race Relations Foundation’s Annual National Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Bailey, J., & Steeves, V. (2016, March). Cyberviolence: Interrogating “empowerment” and “safety”. Paper presented at the Torys Technology Law Speaker Series, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, Ottawa, Canada.

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

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

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

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

 

  • Privacy (Child Rights)

Steeves, V. (2018, September). Technology and children’s wellbeing: Two decades of research findings. Invited webinar presentation to The Mental Health and Wellbeing Funders Affinity Group (an umbrella of not-for-profit foundations that fund mental health initiatives), Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Regan, P. (2018, July). Understanding Parent, Advocate, and Policy Concerns. Paper presented at the meeting of Future of Privacy Forum, Student Privacy Bootcamp, Washington D.C., U.S.

Steeves, V., Rich, M., & Twenge, J. (2018, April). The impact of pervasive and mobile technology on Canadian youth. Panel presentation at Growing Up Digital in Alberta: From Distraction to Addiction, Alberta Teachers’ Association Invitational Research Colloquium, Edmonton, Canada.

Burkell, J. (2017, November). Unpacking social media privacy: toward a more nuanced understanding. Paper presented at the meeting of Knowledge Media Design Institute Speakers Series, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

Burkell, J. (2017, November). “Perfect” memory? The consequences for identity. Paper presented at the meeting of Privacy in the Networked Classroom panel at the Bring It Together: Ontario’s Premier Educational Technology Conference, Niagara Falls, Canada.

Burkell, J. (2017, November). Psychological consequences of never being able to forget. Paper presented at the meeting of BringIt Together; Ontario’s Premier Educational Technology Conference, Niagara Falls, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2017, October). Making the connection between youth’s social media use and their well-being. Keynote Address presented at EdCan Network Educator Well-being: A Key to Student Success Symposium, Toronto, Canada.

Bailey, J. (2017, October). Young people, access to justice and privacy. Panel presentation at the meeting of Centre for Law, Technology & Society and Law Society of Upper Canada’s Conference on Millennials, Technology and Justice Action Group on Access to Justice, Ottawa, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2016, June). Complicated connections: Engaging with the networked world of today’s teenagers. Public lecture hosted by Christ Church Bell’s Corners, Ottawa, Canada.

Shade, L. (2016, May). The eQuality Project:  Advocating for Young People’s Privacy Rights in Canada’s Digital Economy. Paper presented at Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, Calgary, Canada.

Bailey, J., Burkell, J., Shade, L.,  & Steeves, V. (2016, April). eGirls, eCitizens: A Dialogue on Theory and Practice. Paper presented at International Girls Studies Association Conference, Norwich, U.K.

Steeves, V. (2016, February). Complicated connections: Engaging with the networked world of today’s teenagers. Public lecture hosted by inVisible College, Kingston, Canada.

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

Bailey, J., Steeves, V., Burkell, J. & Regan, P. (2015, October). Above, Below, Beside, Within: The Privacy Implications of Surveillant Immersion. Paper presented at Amsterdam Privacy Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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

Steeves, V. (2015, June). 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.

Bailey, J., Burkell, J., Regan, P., Ruparelia, R., Shade, L., & Steeves, V. (2015, June). Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice:  Evaluating the Application of Intersectional Methodologies in the Context of Surveillance Studies. Paper presented at: Surveillance Studies Centre Workshop 2015: Intersectional Approaches to Surveillance, Queen’s University, Kingston Canada.

 

  • Big Data and Algorithmic Discrimination (Law and Policy)

Regan, P. (2018, April). Panel Participant at the meeting of Artificial Intelligence and Administrative Law, Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the Law, Seton Hall Law School, Newark, New Jersey, U.S..

Bailey, J. (2017, November). Democratic rights in a technocratic age: When constitutions aren’t enough. Paper presented at the meeting of annual LSUC Special Lectures: Canada at 150 – The Charter and the Constitution, Toronto, Canada.

Bailey, J. (2017, September). Algorithmic discrimination. Paper presented at the Centre for Law, Technology & Society’s There’s an Algorithm for That Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

Steeves, V(2017, September). People in, people out: Why big data security needs human rights. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Information Security Systems Association, Ottawa, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2017, August). People in, people out: Why big data security needs human rights. Paper presented at the meeting of SERENE-RISC Tutorial: Examining Cybercrime presented at the 13th Annual Cybersecurity Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Burkell, J., & Bailey, J. (2017, March). The eQuality Project: Bringing the voices of equality-seeking groups to the policy table. Paper presented at the Organizing Equality International Conference. London, Canada.

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

 


Methodology

 

  • Intersectionality

Steeves, V.  (2016, December). Commentator to The Trials of Spring at the University of Ottawa Human Rights Research and Education Centre 4th Annual Film Festival.

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

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

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

Steeves, V. (2015, January). Feminist perspectives of privacy and data collection. Paper presented at the meeting of Computers, Privacy and Data Protection Conference, Brussels, Belgium.

 

  • Research on Issues Regarding Ethics and Social Media, and Ethics, Social Media and Youth

Burkell, J., & Regan, P. (2018, May). Expression in the virtual public: Ethical considerations in harvesting online material for research purposes. Paper presented at Research Ethics, Youth and Social Media: From Vulnerability to Empowerment & Equality, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

Georas, C., Bailey, J., & Steeves,V. (2018, May). Workshopping resistance art with youth:  Ethical considerations. Paper presented at Research Ethics, Youth and Social Media:  From Vulnerability to Empowerment, Toronto, Ontario.

Karim, M. (2018, May). Research ethics, youth and social media: From vulnerability to empowerment & equality. Paper presented at eQuality Workshop: Research Ethics, Youth and Social Media: From Vulnerability to Empowerment & Equality, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

Georas, C., Steeves, V., & Bailey, J. (2018, March). Youth, art, and resistance: Facilitating workshops for change. Paper presented at Human Rights Research and Education Centre and Shirley Greenberg Chair for Women and the Legal Profession, Ottawa, Canada.

Wong, L., & Burkell, J. (2017, July). Motivations for sharing news on social media. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Social Media and Society, Toronto, Canada.

Bailey, J., Steeves, V., Shade, L., Smith, K., & Liliefeldt, R. (2017, June). From vulnerability to empowerment & equality: Research ethics and youth: Roundtable. Presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Communication Association, Congress of the Humanities, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.

Steeves, V. (2017, May). Girls, online culture and arts-based research methods. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Research in Cultures of Young People, Congress of the Humanities, Toronto, Canada.

Burkell, J., & Heath, S. (2016, November). Exploring concept mapping and Q-sorting as a combined mixed methodological approach. Presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, United States.

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

Shade, L. (2016, April). Equality Matters! For Whom the Medium Matters. Paper presented at McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology and Coach House Institute, University of Toronto.

Bailey, J., Lillefeldt, R., Mitchell, C., Moolman, J., Steeves, V., & Wilson, J. (2016, March). Creating a Safer Digital World for Young Women’s Empowerment. Panel presented at United Nations Committee on the Status of Women Conference, New York City, United States of America.

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

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

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

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

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