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International Symposium on Digital Ethics

See video highlights from the Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics, held on Friday, November 6, 2015, at Loyola University Chicago. The event was sponsored by Loyola's Center for Digital Ethics and Policy. For more information on the symposium, visit digitalethics.org or see #digitalethics5.

  • The Ethics of Wearable Technology

    Don Heider, founder of the Center for Digital Ethics & Policy, and John Pelissero, interim president, introduce writer, artist, and technologist Maggie Orth. Listen to her talk on the ethics of wearable technology at the Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics.
  • Privacy and Surveillance

    Annette Markham of Aarhus University introduces the first panel of the Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics. Topics include Romanticism in the Discourses of The NSA: Toward an Ethical Framework for the Publicity of Mass Surveillance; the Ethics of Digital Outreach; It Knows How You Feel; and Trust and Privacy in the Sharing Economy.
  • The Selfie and The War on Terror

    Bastiaan Vanacker, CDEP program director, introduces Associate Professor of University of Maryland Hasan Elahi. Elahi was a keynote speaker, delivering a talk on The Selfie and The War on Terror at the Fifth International Symposium on Digital Ethics.
  • Ethics of Machines and Games

    Florence Chee of LUC moderates a panel on the Ethics of Machines and Games at the Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics. Talks include Drones in National Airspace; The Machine Question; and Moral and Ethical Dilemmas Associated with Killing (or Committing Violent Acts) in Video Games.
  • The Trust Imperative

    Susan Etlinger of the Altimeter Group delivers a talk on the Trust Imperative at the Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics. Introduced by Don Heider, founder of the CDEP.
  • The Ethics of Streaming and Downloading Music

    The final panel of the Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics was co-sponsored by WLUW 88.7 FM. Speakers include Jacob Gaze, music editor at NPR; Chloe Croom, music director at WLUW; Jake Austen, talent buyer; Daliah Saper, intellectual property, media, and business attorney; and Nan Warshaw, founder of Bloodshot Records.