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

Burkell, J., & Regan, P. (2018). The right to be forgotten and youth: Philosophical and psychological contexts. Human Rights Yearbook. Ottawa, Canada: Human Rights Research and Education Centre.

Johnson, M., Steeves, V., Shade, L., & Foran G. (2017). To share or not to share: How teens make privacy decisions about photos on social media. Ottawa, ON: Media Smarts.

Steeves, V. (2017). Snoops, bullies and hucksters: What rights do young people have in a networked environment? In N.A. Jennings and S.R. Mazzarella (Eds.), 20 Questions about Youth and Media, (2nd ed.). New York: Peter Lang.

 

  • Teens’ Perspectives on Defamation

Bailey, J. & Steeves, V. (2017). Defamation law in the age of the internet: Young people’s perspectives. Law Commission of Ontario.

 

  • #DisconnectionChallenge

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). (2017, August 28). Some teens put their phones down for a week and here is what happened. CBC Radio Ottawa Morning News. Retrieved from: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/kingston-teens-social-media-fast-1.4264824

 


Young People, Big Data, and the Networked Environment

 

  • Networked Playgrounds and Toys

Chowdhury, W. (Forthcoming). Toys that talk to strangers: A look at the privacy policies of connected toys. In J. Kacprzyk (Ed.), Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Series: Future Technologies Conference Proceedings. Basel, Switzerland: Springer.

Shade, L., R., & Smith, K., L. (Forthcoming). Children’s digital playgrounds as data assemblages: Problematics of privacy, personalization, and promotional culture. Big Data & Society, 5(2).

  • The Networked Classroom

Regan, P. & Jesse, J. (2018). Ethical Challenges of Edtech, Big Data and Personalized Learning: 21st Century Student Sorting and Tracking. Ethics and Information Technology. (Forthcoming).

Steeves V., & Regan, P. (2018). Teaching digital citizenship in the networked classroom. International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age. (IJPADA)5(4).

Steeves, V., Regan, P., & Shade, L. (2018). Digital surveillance in the networked classroom. In J. Deakin, E. Taylor & A. Kupchik (Eds.), Handbook of school security, surveillance and punishment. London, UK: Palgrave.

Regan, P. (2017). 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, United States of America.

Bailey, J. (2017). From “zero tolerance” to “safe and accepting”: Surveillance & equality in the evolution of Ontario’s education & policyEducation Law Journal, 26(2):147-180.

Hare, C. (2017). Digital surveillance detrimental to learning, expert says. ATA News, 51. Retrieved from https://www.teachers.ab.ca/Publications/ATA%20News/Volume-51-2016-17/Number-10/Pages/Digital-surveillance-detrimental-to-learning,-expert-says.aspx

Steeves, V.  (2017)  Terra Cognita: The surveillance of young peoples’ favourite websites. In T. Rooney and E. Taylor (Eds.), Surveillance and Childhood.  Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

Steeves, V. (2016). Teaching in a fishbowl: How surveillance is reshaping the networked classroom. Our Schools, Our Selves, 25(3):143-146.

Shade, L., & Singh, R. (2016). “Honestly, we’re not spying on kids”: School surveillance of young people’s social mediaSocial Media + Society, 2(4), 1-12.

Steeves, V. (2016). Swimming in the fishbowl: Young people, identity and surveillance in networked spaces.  In I. van der Ploeg and J. Pridmore (Eds.), Digitizing Identities: Doing Identity in a Networked World. London: Routledge.

 

  • Big Data and Algorithmic Discrimination (Networked Environment)

Shade, L., R., & Trusolino, M. (2018). “It’s the power, stupid”: Facebook’s unequal treatment of gendered hate speech. Canadian Yearbook for Human Rights. Ottawa: Human Rights Research and Education Centre.

Burkell, J., & Bailey, J. (2018). Unlawful distinctions?: Canadian human rights law and algorithmic bias. Human Rights Yearbook. Ottawa, Canada: Human Rights Research and Education Centre.

Shade, L., Landry, N., & Teruelle, R. (2017). Twitter revolution or human revolution? Social media and social justice activism. In W. Antony, J. Antony & L. Samuelson (Eds.), Power and resistance: Critical thinking about Canadian social issues, (6th ed.), (pp. 406-430). Winnipeg, MB: Fernwood Publishing.

Bailey, J., & Shayan, S. (2016). Missing and murdered indigenous women crisis: Technological dimensions. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 28(2), 321.

 


Law and Policy

 

  • Cyberbullying, CyberHarassment, and Cyberviolence

Bailey, J. (2017). From ‘zero tolerance’ to ‘safe and accepting’: Surveillance and equity implications of educational policy related to ‘cyberbullying. Education & Law Journal, 26: 146-162.

Dunn, S., Lalonde, J., & Bailey, J. (2017). Terms of silence: Addressing weaknesses in corporate and law enforcement responses to cyberviolence against girls. Girlhood, 10(2): 80-96.

Robinson, A. (2017). An interview with Jane Bailey. Law Times, 28(34): 5-10.

Bailey, J. (2016). Canadian legal approaches to “cyberbullying” and cyberviolence: An overview. Ottawa Faculty of Law Papers.

Hasham, A. (2016, June 3). Proving sexual intent in voyeurism cases a challenge for courts. The Star. Retrieved from: https://www.thestar.com/news/crime/2016/06/03/proving-sexual-intent-in-voyeurism-cases-a-challenge-for-courts.html 

Shade, L. (2016). Amy Adele Hasinoff, sexting panic: rethinking criminalization, Privacy and ConsentNew Media and Society, 18(4), 686-688.

Bailey, J. (2014). Time to unpack the juggernaut?: reflections on the Canadian Federal Parliamentary Debates on ‘cyberbullying’Dalhousie Law Journal, 37(2): 661-708.

Bailey, J. (2014). ‘Sexualized online bullying’ through an equality lens: Missed opportunity in AB v. Bragg? McGill Law Journal, 59(3), 709-737.

Bailey, J. & Steeves, V..  (2013).  Will the real digital girl please stand up? In Hille Koskela and Macgregor Wise (Eds.), New Visualities, New Technologies: The New Ecstasy of Communication. London: Ashgate Publishing.

Bailey, J., Steeves, V., Burkell, J., & Regan, P. (2013). Negotiating with gender stereotypes on social networking sites: From ‘Bicycle Face’ to Facebook. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 37, 91-112.

 

  • Privacy (Child Rights)

Steeves, V., & Macenaite, M. (Forthcoming). Data protection and children’s online privacy. In G. González Fuster, R. Van Brakel, & P. De Hert (Eds.), Research handbook on privacy and data protection law: Values, norms and global politics. Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Steeves, V. (Forthcoming). Theorizing privacy in a liberal democracy: Canadian jurisprudence, anti-terrorism, and social memory after 9/11. Theoretical Inquiries in Law, 20(1).

Smith, K., Shade L., & Shepherd, T. (2017). Open privacy badges for digital policy literacyInternational Journal of Communication, 11, 2784-2805.

Regan, P. (2016). Big data and privacy. In J. Bachner, K. Wagner Hill, & B. Ginsberg (Eds.), Analytics, policy and governance. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Obar, J. & Shade L. (2016). Activating the fifth estate: Bill C-30 and the digitally-mediated public watchdog. In Jonathan Obar, Des Freedman, Robert McChesney, and Cheryl Martens (Eds.), Strategies for Media Reform (pp.39-57). NY: Fordham University Press.

Shepherd, T., & Shade, L. (2016). La vie privée des jeunes en ligne: enjeux de politiques publiques et d’éducation au Québec et au Canada. In Normand Landry et Anne-Sophie Letellier (Eds.), Éducation aux médias: fondations, enjeux et politiques. Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal.

Steeves, V.  (2016). Now you see me: Privacy, technology and autonomy in the digital age. In Gordon DiGiacomo (Ed.), Human Rights: Current Issues and Controversies (pp.461-482). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Bailey, J. & Steeves, V. (2015). eGirls, eCitizens.  Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.  Available for free download through a Creative Commons licence.

Steeves, V.  (2015). Privacy, sociality and the failure of regulation: Lessons learned from young Canadians’ online experiences.  In Beate Roessler and Dorota Mokrosinska (Eds.), Social Dimensions of Privacy: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (pp.244-260). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Steeves, V. & Regan. P. (2015). Young people online and the social value of privacy. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 12(4): 298-313.

 

  • Big Data and Algorithmic Discrimination (Law and Policy)

Bailey, J., & Shayan, S. (2017). Systematic access to private sector data in Canada. In F. H. Cate & J.X. Dempsey (Eds.), Bulk collection: Systematic access to private sector data. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press.

Bailey, J. & Steeves, V. (2016). Big Data, social norms and discrimination: Lessons from The eGirls Project. Prepared for the Open Society Foundation.

Burkell, J. (2016). Remembering me: Big Data, individual identity, and the psychological necessity of forgettingEthics and Information Technology18(1), 17-23. 

Padovani, C., & Shade, L. (2016). Introduction to the special issue: Gendering global media policy: Critical perspectives on “digital agendas”Journal of Information Policy, 6, 332-337.

Shade, L. (2016). Integrating gender into Canadian Internet policy: From the information highway to the digital economy. Journal of Information Policy, 6, 338-370.

 


Methodology

 

  • Intersectionality

Bailey, J. (2016). Gendering big brother: What should a feminist do? Journal of Law & Equality, 12, 157.

 

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

Shade, L. & Mersereau, M. (2017). Participatory action research (PAR) and youth participatory action research (YPAR): A Literature Review. Toronto, ON: The eQuality Project.

Burkell, J., & Alexandre Fortier (2016). Display and control in online social spaces: Toward a typology of usersNew Media and Society.

Keilty, P., & Leslie Regan Shade (2016). Feminist and Queer approaches to technoscienceScholar & Feminist Online, 13.3-14.1.

Bailey, J. & Steeves, V. (2016). Living in the mirror: Understanding young women’s experiences with online social networking. In E. van de Muelen and R. Heyden (Eds.), Expanding the Gaze: Gender, Public Space and Surveillance. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Steeves, V. (2012). Young Canadians in a wired world phase III: Talking to youth and parents about life onlineOttawa: MediaSmarts.