Michael Zimmer, PhD, is a privacy and Internet ethics scholar, most notable for his work in online privacy, the ethical dimensions of social media, library privacy, and Internet research ethics.
- CFP for First Monday special issue: “A Decade of Web 2.0: Reflections, Critical Perspectives, and Beyond” June 8, 2015
- The West Bend Challenges: Open Access and Intellectual Freedom in the Twenty-First Century August 12, 2014
- Special Issue of International Review of Information Ethics on “The Digital Future of Education” July 27, 2014
- A Topology of Twitter Research: Disciplines, Methods, and Ethics June 10, 2014
- Washington Post Essay: Mark Zuckerberg’s theory of privacy February 6, 2014
Events & Presentations
- October 21-24: Association of Internet Researchers annual conference, Daegu, Korea. Presenting “Privacy and Control in Mark Zuckerberg’s Discourse on Facebook” (with Anna Lauren Hoffmann)
- September 24: Invited lecture: “The Zuckerberg Files: Why Making Everything Mark Zuckerberg Says Public can Protect your Privacy”. Oklahoma Center for the Humanities, Tulsa, OK.
- March 12: Invited lecture: “New Media, New Ethics: How Internet-Based Research Demand Renewed Attention to Research Ethics”. UNC-Charlotte Center for Professional and Applied Ethics, Charlotte, NC.
- March 12: Invited lecture: “The Zuckerberg Files: Why Making Everything Mark Zuckerberg Says Public can Protect your Privacy”. UNC-Charlotte Center for Professional and Applied Ethics, Charlotte, NC.
- March 20-21: Organizer and lecturer: “Internet Research and Ethics” PhD seminar. Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark.