The Future of Privacy
Social Networking and the Future of Privacy
In this Banta Center Lecture Series presentation, Professor Kirsten Martin will explore how well social network sites such as Facebook have responded to public criticism that users' privacy has been unduly compromised.
Kirsten Martin, Ph.D., Professor of Management, Department of Business and Economics Catholic University of America
Prior to Professor Martin's arrival in academia, she worked in the information services sector, first in product strategy for Sprint Communications, then as an IT consultant for Andersen Consulting.
Since that time Professor Martin has turned her attention to a range of interests by completing her doctorate in management at the Darden School of the University of Virginia and now serving as Assistant Professor of Management at the Catholic University of America as well as a research fellow with the Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics. Her current research focuses on information privacy, employee monitoring and stakeholder models of capitalism. In addition to publishing work in journals such as Management Science and the Journal of Business Ethics, Professor Martin is a current fellow of the National Science Foundation (NSF) where she is completing a two year study on online privacy practices in different industries. In this presentation Professor Martin will explore how well social network sites such as Facebook have responded to public criticism that users' privacy has been unduly compromised.
6:15 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17, 2011 (buffet dinner served at 5:30pm)
Orton Center, University of Redlands
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