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Sep 17

3:30 p.m. @ Edwards Recital Hall
Free, no ticket required

The Jackson Family Center for Ethics & Values Tea & Ethics
SMARTPHONE AND LOCATION PRIVACY: Do We Know Too Much About the Lives of Others?
Susan Bergeron, Politics and Geography, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 3:30 p.m.
Edwards Recital Hall

Modern technologies raise a number of ethical questions: corporations exploit the details of our whereabouts in ways that violate our privacy,and individuals use this technology to stalk others. Susan Bergeron from the Department of Politics and Geography will discuss these and other ethical questions raised by location-based technologies in this session.

Admission: Free (No ticket required)

Contact Jackson Family Center, 843-349-4149 for additional information