The digital age has brought a world of knowledge to our fingertips. While information generates a democratic society, how can people seek information while retaining their privacy? Internet activist Alison Macrina, the founder and executive director of the Library Freedom Project, leads a discussion highlighting practical strategies and tools that everyone can use to keep their personal information private.
We invite students, faculty, and the general public to participate in The Graduate Center’s new Pop-Up Salons. Held in the front area of the Mina Rees Library’s first floor—at the corner of 34th Street and Fifth Avenue—this spring’s Pop-Up Salons focus on threats to privacy in our technological world and the role of the library as an open place for information in a democratic society.
Participation is free; there is no registration required.