My research in the ethical dimensions of Internet and social technologies is featured on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s homepage this week. The new article, “Promoting an ethical compass for the information age“, highlights some of my recent work on the Twitter and Library of Congress archiving agreement, consulting for the New York Public Library to help design privacy-sensitive Facebook apps (blog post on this forthcoming), my Huffington Post op-ed with Chris Hoofnagle, and other recent activities and media appearances.

Clearly, I’m not the only person engaged in such work here at UW-M (see the Center for Information Policy Research and other faculty research at the School of Information Studies, as well as related activities within the Center for 21st Century Studies, for example), but it is nice to have our focus area recognized.

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