I am building up references to materials about, or relevant to, privacy in libraries. Amongst these are a number of videos on the topic, such as from webinars, conferences, or talks; but others consist of individuals giving their views on an aspect of privacy, or documentaries on aspects of privacy and how it is being eroded.
Here I have picked out seven videos. They vary in length and format.
If you have other items that you would add to the list, by all means do let me know.
- The changing landscape of library privacy Techsoup 2016 http://www.techsoup.org/community/events-webinars/changing-landscape-of-library-privacy-2016-06-15
- Libraries got screwed by Amazon and Overdrive Sarah Houghton 2011 http://librarianinblack.net/librarianinblack/wegotscrewed/
- Digital books and privacy Joel Correa 2014 http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Digital+books+and+privacy+Joel+Correa+2014&&view=detail&mid=FC78F6CC131B88876495FC78F6CC131B88876495&FORM=VRDGAR
- Terms and conditions may apply Cullen Holback 2013 https://www.amazon.com/Terms-Conditions-Apply-Orson-Scott/dp/B00EY8NR6I
- Snooping devices found in Cheshire library computers BBC News Online 2011 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-12406239
- Privacy in the surveillance age: how librarians can fight back Alison Macrina et al 2015 https://vimeo.com/148410758
- Library 2.016 privacy in the digital age 2016 http://www.library20.com/privacy