Masterclass: Helen Nissenbaum (NYU) on Privacy as Contextual Integrity

Date: 11 October, 10-13hrs. (includes lunch)
Venue: University of Amsterdam, Roeterseiland, REC C10.20
Open to: PhD Candidates and RMA students who are a member of a Dutch Graduate Research School (onderzoekschool).
Credits: 1EC
Coordination: Marijn Sax,
Registration: Max number of participants: 5
Space is limited and registration is required.
Register with RMeS by 1 October.

THE MASTERCLASS IS FULLY BOOKED, please send us an e-mail with your name, university and research school. We will put you on our waiting list.
Helen Nissenbaum’s theory of contextual integrity is arguably the most influential theory of privacy of the last decade. Its account of privacy describes its nature; it also offers normative foundations for its value to individuals and societies. Nissenbaum’s theory of contextual integrity seeks a theoretical understanding of privacy not only for the sake of theory, but also to address real world threats posed by deployments of digital technologies. As a result, privacy as contextual integrity is highly relevant to a range of disciplines working on questions of privacy, including law and policy, social sciences, and technology design. In this masterclass we will, together with Professor Nissenbaum, explore the framework of contextual integrity and its application to real life cases.