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Tag Archives: privacy
Our renamed and relaunched Masters module Information and Data, Law and Ethics (IDLE) begins next week, and runs through the spring term. The legal and ethical dimensions of library and information science have always been an important feature of the … Continue reading
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. This post is by current #citylis student, Adelaide Robinson. *** I’ve been studying Library and Information Science at #citylis for 3 weeks now. It’s been fascinating; #DITA especially, because it … Continue reading
This Reflections and Research post is by Paul Pedley and is about a new White Paper from Dow Jones and Infodesk called, “2020 vision: the future of business information.” *** Dow Jones and Infodesk recently published a white paper “2020 vision: the future of business … Continue reading
This post is written by former #citylis research student and current visiting lecturer, David Haynes. Here he reports on the issues raised in an expert seminar he ran together with PhD candidate Cher Devey, on data protection. The seminar at City University London … Continue reading